The NSA has been busy lately, claiming that Google, Facebook and others are in fact fully aware of their data-collecting practices and they have now hinted that they are planning on releasing their very own transparency reports. NSA Deputy Director Richard Ledgett, defending the agency’s surveillance activities in a video interview today, said the following:
The vulnerabilities we find, the overwhelming majority we disclose to the people who are responsible for manufacturing or developing those products. We’re actually working on a proposal right now to be transparent and to publish transparency reports in the same way the internet companies do.
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