Telecoms firm hails 'significant victory' as judge orders halt to FBI's data demands

Telecoms firm hails 'significant victory' as judge orders halt to FBI's data demands

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New Credo speaks for first time after judge orders US government to stop issuing 'national security letters' to access citizens' dataThe Californian telecoms company behind a stunning legal victory that has blown a hole in the FBI's highly secretive system for collecting US citizens' private data has come out of the...
Telecoms firm hails 'significant victory' as judge orders halt to FBI's data demands
                                       

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