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Warrant canaries appear to be usable by large US companies - Reddit in this case



Here and there someone pokes their illogical head up and says "Warrant
canaries can't work" or "warrant canaries will get you introuble with
the law" or some variation on the theme. It boggles me fookin marnd,
it do. Perhaps this story can help massage some of those mental
tensions...


https://yro.slashdot.org/story/16/04/01/0321257/reddit-deletes-surveillance-warrant-canary-in-transparency-report

"Reddit Deletes Surveillance 'Warrant Canary' In Transparency Report
>From the deductive-reasoning department
Arthur Dent '99 writes: Today, Reddit deleted wording in its
transparency report that would normally indicate that they had not
received any "national security letters" or "other classified requests
for user information." Such "national security...
"


fooking fook!