Progressive Phone Company Discloses Legal Battle Over FBI’s National Security Letters
|12/15/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
WASHINGTON ― A federal court has granted permission to a progressive telecommunications company ― one at the center of a years-long battle over the constitutionality of national security letters ― to talk about the ongoing lawsuit it’s involved in.
In 2013, Credo Mobile, a phone company headquartered in San Francisco that raises money for progressive groups, received two national security letters from an FBI special agent in San Antonio, Texas, demanding the names, addresses and billing records associated with three accounts.
National security letters are a controversial tool the FBI uses to secretly compel companies to turn over information about read more >>>