Google is continuing its battle for transparency, asking the U.S.’s top-secret court to lift the gag order on data requests made by the National Security Agency, FBI and other federal agencies.

In a court document, filed late Tuesday, Google asks the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) for permission to go public with the total numbers of requests the company receives that are okayed by the court as well as the number of user accounts affected by those requests.

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