They know Snowden has A LOT more to release about them.
losing business for it’s sneaky business
posted on 06/18/2013 1:42:22 PM PDT
Wouldn’t they need government approval to file this in the first place?
posted on 06/18/2013 1:42:33 PM PDT
Trying to improve their tarnished image. Stool pigeons.
posted on 06/18/2013 1:48:40 PM PDT
((See: http://gatesofvienna.net/) Obama, do you hear me?)
I’m curious how the government would go about enforcing such a gag order.
How do you throw a corporation in jail? And if they prosecuted, they’d have to defend the charges in court. Which would pretty much eliminate any secrecy. Not to mention giving Google the opportunity to go discovery fishing.
And still ... FreeRepublic.com allows/uses Google-Analytics.
posted on 06/18/2013 2:06:12 PM PDT
(May God save our democratic-republican government, from a government by judiciary.)
Shoulda stuck with “Don’t be evil” or whatever that tagline was they quickly abandoned when they went bigtime...
Google “Do No Harm” commies trying to cover their complicity in treason. Don’t worry, Page, we have plenty of lampposts and won’t run short.
posted on 06/18/2013 2:56:28 PM PDT
(No, I don't have links for everything I post)
Google asked the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court on Tuesday to ease long-standing gag orders over data requests it makes, arguing that the company has a constitutional right to speak about information its forced to give the government.
If it's FORCED; it ain't GIVEN...
posted on 06/18/2013 3:17:59 PM PDT
(Heck is where people, who don't believe in Gosh, think they are not going...)
PR campaign tactic.
They are partners as mandated by law to the NSARaand other alphabet agencies.
They are wed to the government as a matter of their business plan.
They are in league with them as a matter of ideology their
posted on 06/18/2013 4:19:51 PM PDT
(Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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