some government subpoenas come with gag orders that prohibit the receiving company from “revealing” anything to the public about the request.
Clarifications on Digital Privacy
Nick Heiner
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Nick,

Good post. What seem most evident to me is that I’m aware of (and follow daily) what I consider basic, personal data security practices. Your writing about them highlights the fact that a majority of people don’t practice them in their online behavior.

I did want to clarify — aren’t the “gag orders” associated with government subpoenas for acquiring personal data usually FISA warrants? Who else would have that authority?!

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