When NSA and FBI call for surveillance takeout, these companies deliver | Ars Technica


Not every Internet provider can handle the demands of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant or law enforcement subpoena for data.

For those companies, Zack Whittaker reports on ZDNet, the answer is to turn to a shadowy class of companies known as “trusted third parties” to do the black bag work of complying with the demands of the feds.

via When NSA and FBI call for surveillance takeout, these companies deliver | Ars Technica.

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