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Increasingly More Common Gag Orders Show Necessity Of Minimal Data Collection By Companies

After receiving its first gag order, Open Whisper Systems enrolled ACLU to help it fight against what it believed was an overly broad secret order. The two got the U.S. government to quickly unseal most of the information covered by the gag order.
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