Though the Department of Justice recently announced a deal with major Internet firms to “allow more detailed disclosures about the number of national security orders and requests,” Twitter says the deal doesn’t go far enough. A blog post by Jeremy Kessel, manager of global legal policy, reads, “While this agreement is a step in the right direction, these ranges do not provide meaningful or sufficient transparency for the public.” Twitter wants to disclose numbers of national security requests of all kinds separately from all other requests and believes the ranges are too broad to be meaningful. Further, Twitter wants to disclose “that we do not receive certain types of requests, if, in fact, we have not received any.”
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