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London Guardian
June 2, 2013

A U.S. judge has ordered Google to comply with FBI secret demands for customer data, despite earlier ruling the warrantless orders unconstitutional.

District court judge Susan Illston this week rejected the Internet search giant’s argument that so-called National Security Letters (NSLs) violated its constitutional rights.

As such it ordered Google to hand over private information relating to U.S. citizens to federal agents.

It comes despite Illston earlier ruling the letters unconstitutional in a separate case in March. In that case, brought by non-profit advocacy group the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the judge said that such demands violated the right to free speech.

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