Google will begin releasing the National Security Letters it has received "where, either through litigation or legislation, we have been freed of nondisclosure obligations," the company's Director for Law Enforcement and Information Security Richard Salgado, writes in a post for Google's The Keyword. "Our goal in doing so is to shed more light on the nature and scope of NSLs," Salgado states."We minimized redactions to protect privacy interests, but the content of the NSLs remain as they were when served." He added that the company will also publish the documents relating to the lifting of the related nondisclosure restrictions.
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