Twitter Slaps A Legal Case On US Government Over Transparency Reports

Twitter, the micro blogging site slapped a legal case on US government for not allowing Twitter to share the transparency report with the users. In its 19 page report submitted to a California based court, Twitter said that the company wants to limit the scope of USA monitoring of their user accounts. Company stretches the complaint further and says that the current stand of the government on the issue forces Twitter not to share the report or share a government approved copy of the report.
San Francisco based Twitter had prepared a transparency report earlier and submitted it to FBI for a pre-publication review. According to a news published in Forbes, Twitter wanted to reveal users about the letters and orders company received from government authorities such as FBI, CIA and other US authorities. US department of Justice is scrutinizing the nature of complaint twitter lodged.

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