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[liberationtech] Prism, CEOs, NSLs

Raven Jiang CX jcx at stanford.edu
Mon Jun 10 17:54:37 PDT 2013


PRISM sounds like the internal tool being used to process and analyze the
data obtained. It would make sense for the companies to have never heard of
this code name. Why would any request from the NSA to these companies
contain internal codenames?


On 10 June 2013 17:46, Shava Nerad <shava23 at gmail.com> wrote:

> A few folks have expressed incredulity that a CEO could say, "We never
> heard of it" when asked by a reporter about Prism.  I've seen apologia so
> far that they might never have heard the code name.
>
> Another possible explanation:
>
> Could this be the only way the CEO could have of indicating they are under
> NSL gag order?
>
> Just a thought.
>
> yrs,
>
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