Apple Reveals US Surveillance Requests, Following Facebook’s Lead

By: Stuart Dredge | The Guardian

The technology firm Apple says it has received 4,000-5,000 surveillance requests from the US government about its customers since December 2012.

The company’s disclosure comes after the Guardian revealed the existence of a US National Security Agency programme called Prism to tap into data held by Apple, Google, Facebook and other tech companies.

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