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Cloud Communications Service Twilio Releases Two NSLs Sprung From Their Gag Order Cages

Another communications platform has published National Security Letters it has received from the FBI. Twilio -- a San Francisco-based cloud communications platform -- has published two NSLs freed from the confines of their accompanying gag orders. When Twilio receives requests that are issued without the review of a court, such as National Security Letters, Twilio will ask the agent to instead produce a court order or withdraw the nondisclosure component of the request.
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