Yahoo Wants Secret Court To Unseal NSA Spying Challenge

Law360, New York (July 12, 2013, 9:27 PM EDT) -- Yahoo Inc. is pushing a secret surveillance court to publicly release the company's arguments in a 2008 case challenging the government's demands for user data, the company confirmed Friday, marking the latest attempt by an Internet giant to shed more light on its involvement in the National Security Agency's surveillance efforts.

In a brief statement provided to Law360, a Yahoo spokeswoman confirmed that the company is seeking permission from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to unseal the arguments and orders from a 2008 case in which...
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