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    Cloudflare explains how FBI gag order impacted business /Link

    cloudflare-small Cloudflare issued its biannual transparency report yesterday, detailing the government requests for user data it received during the latter half of 2016. Many tech companies make regular disclosures about these types of requests in an effort to be more transparent with their users, and, following the passage of the USA Freedom Act, more and more of these disclosures include national… Read More

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    Published on 11 Jan 2017 at 11:31PM

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