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Federal Bureau of Investigation

FileN~._ ___ _.
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September 02, 2016

Experian b6 -1
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Dear._! _____ _. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v


of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !~o Experian. The NSL included a nondisclosure b7E -1
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with ~he l~tter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion t.o disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The.customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-1
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ _____________ _.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBI! Wield Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
L,,_ _____ _.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

1lcv0.326.3-2
Federal Bureau of Investigation

FileNo._!___ _. b7E -1

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September 02, 2016

I
TransUnion
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Deatj.__ _____ ...., b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v of


the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security Letter
(NSL)! !to TransUnion. The NSL included a nondisclosure b7E -1
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
I
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretfon to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NS~.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-3
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI .Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ __. and must reference the date b7E -2,4
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."

Please direct any qµestions you have regarding this letter to the
_______ IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-4
Federal Bureau of Investigation

FileNo!.. ___ _. b7E -1

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January 12, 2017

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Citibank, N.A; Citibank (South Dakota), N.A.

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Dea~-----------
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI. issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) I !to Citibank, N.A; Citibank (South Dakota),
N.A .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, b7E -1
any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure. is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below;

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you ~ay exercise your


discretion to disclose the £allowing:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-5
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _______________ and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-------.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-6
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Federal Bureau of Investigation

FileNo .._! __ __. b7E -1

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January 25, 2017

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American Express

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Dear! ________ _. b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)I Ito American Express. The NSL included b7E -1
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-7
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ___, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-B
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FederalBureau of Investigation

FileN~._ ___ _.
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b7E -2

January 25, 2017

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Bank of America b7C -1

Dear! ________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) I Ito Bank of America, N.A. (USA) Card Services.
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The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, ·or agent of your company from disclosing the lett~r
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set fo~th
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-9
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself _provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the .relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Plea?e note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mc!,iled or faxed
to the FBII Wield Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone
Counsel ____________
number],
....._
with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
____.
and must reference
General
the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
IFBI Field Office.
------

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv032-63-10
FederalBureauof Investigation

File Nol._
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January 25, 2017

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Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities,
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LLC

Dear I...________ __, b6 -1


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Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) I Ito Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan.Chase b7E -1
Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities, LLC. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to who~ disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-11
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, 11
That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Couµsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence t,hat reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBI I !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to·the
.---------.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-12
FederalBureau of Investigation

File Nol._
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January 25, 2017

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Dear!._ ___________ ~ b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, Uniteq States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !to Citibank, N.A; Citibank (South Dakota),
N.A .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, b7E -1
any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all informatipn contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your-


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-13
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations ,you may have .
.....
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
b7E -2,4
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ __.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
FederalBureauof Investigation

FileN~.__ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

January 25, 2017

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Discover Financial Services b7C -1

Dear!._ __________ ~ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a}


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)! !to Discover. The NSL included a b7E -1
nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the ~equirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

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name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
L....-------------....1
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBI! rield Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------,FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263 -16
FederalBureau of Investigation

File No!.__ __ __. b7E -1

________ Ib7E -2

January 25, 2017

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First National Bank of Omaha

Dear!.__ _______ _ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)I Ito First National Bank of Omaha. b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-17
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted according.ly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FB~ !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone
Counsel ______________
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
_.
and must refe-rence
General
the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBII I Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
..._____ ....IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-18
FederalBureauof Investigation

File N~._ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

January 25, 2017

Capital One Bank (HSBC) b6 -1


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b6 -1
Dearl._ ________ _.
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)I Ito HSBC - Bank Nevada, NA. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-19
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2, 4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ ____________ ___,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corn~r of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ___ __,!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-20
FederalBureau of Investigation

FileN~.__ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

January 25, 2017

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Mastercard
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Dearl.__ _______ ___, b6 -1


b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL) I Ito Mastercard. The NSL included a
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nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought .or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
\
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-21
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
te·lephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ___, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ ____ ~IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-22
Federal Bureau of Investigation

FileN~.__ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

January 25, 2017

b6 -1
b7C -1
eBay

Dear~I _________ _ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)! !to PayPal/e-Bay. The NSL included a b7E -1
nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or
agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to;obtain legal ·advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations 'you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-23
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on ·the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2, 4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ _____.
and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the F~rl rield Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.------.IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263 - 24
Federal Bureau of Investigation

File Nol._
___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 01, 2016

First National Bank of Omaha b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear!._ _______ _. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)! I
to First National Bank of Omaha. b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
I
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-25
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph dis~ussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the ·FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and
b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ____,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ ____ ~!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-26
Federal Bureau of Investigation

File No._i
__ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 01, 2016

Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities, b6 -1
b7C -1
LLC

b6 -1
Dear!._ _______ ~ b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) ! !to Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan Chase b7E -1
Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities, LLC. The NSL included a nondisclosure
· requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
'determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-27
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone
Counsel .__ ____________
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
____.and must reference
General
the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FEIi !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.--------.IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-2B
VtUt .a.,'°'t'"a 11,aaa,.,,aa11, V.& UU.,11,A"''°'

FederalBureauof Investigation

FileN~._ ___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 01, 2016

Wells Fargo Bank NA (West) b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear I._
__________...., b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) I I to Wells Fargo Bank NA (West). The NSL included
b7E -1
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-29
Howeve~, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this let~er should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------.I FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-30
FederalBureauof Investigation

FileNo._!___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 22, 2016

b6 -1
T-Mobile USA, Inc.
b7C -1

Dear .. l________
__. b6
b7C -1
-1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to T-Mobile b7E -1
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
•...
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL· itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-31
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of·
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FB~~___ __.field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ _____________ _.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.----.!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263-32
FederalBureau of Investigation

File Nol.__
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 22, 2016

b6 -1
T-Mobile USA, Inc. b7C -1

Dearl..._ _________ ~ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito T-Mobile b7E -1
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
"

with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on~ certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right t0 challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, ~ttention: General
Counsel ~l
_____________ __,land
must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----iFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv0326 3-34
FederalBureauof Investigation

FileNoJ._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

September 02, 2016

AT&T, AT&T Mobility, or AT&T Corporate Security b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear!._ _______ __. b6 -1


b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter to AT&T b7E -1
Mobility. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement -------------
that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-35
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, 11That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General b?E _ 214
Counsel ._ _____________ ___,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBI! ! Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the b7E -2
,_ _____ _.!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

l7c v03263 -36


FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FileNo.._! ___ _.
b7E -1

b7E -2

S~ptember 02, 2016

BancorpSouth b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear I_________
_. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)I Ito BancorpSouth. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b?E _ 1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below:

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-37
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b?E - 2 , 4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ___, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
" telephone humber] ."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
______ .....
IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-38
FederalBureauof Investigation

File No!.____ __, b7E -1

b7E -2

October 07, 2016

Custodian of Records
Facebook
1601 Willow Rd.
Building 18
Menlo Park, CA 94025
650-543-4890

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) I !to Facebook. b7E -1

The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any


officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL·and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-39
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~l_____________ ....,Iand must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII Wield Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.______ rBIField Office.
b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
FederalBureau of Investigation

FileNoj._ ___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Microsoft Corporation
1065 La Avenida
Building 4
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Microsoft b7E -1
Corporation. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtqined access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in·the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-41
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that -the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name qnd telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
reda9ted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone
Counsel ._______________
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
_, and must reference
General
the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.-------.IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

· 17cv03263-42
Federal Bureau ofinvestigation

File Nol.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

June 27, 2017

b6 -1
Comcast Communications b7C -1

De~rl _________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I I to Comcast b?E _ 1
Corporation. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that -prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBl had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing, your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII I Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
FederalBureauof Investigation

File No!.__ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

June 30, 2017

Custodian of Records
Google
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL}I Ito Google. b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
·to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requ·irements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and cons·istent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose. the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-45
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII Wield Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-46
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FederalBureauof Investigation

File No!.__ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Facebook
1601 Willow Rd.
Building 18
Menlo Park, CA 94025
650-543-4890

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) I !to Facebook. b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-47
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

l 7cv032fi3 -48
FederalBureau of Investigation

File No._!___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

b6 -1
b7C -1
Reference His Networks, Inc.

Dear I_________
_. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Hi5 b7E -1
Networks. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disc1osure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that .doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone
Counsel .______________
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
___. and must reference
General
the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI! I Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.______ __,!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2
FederalBureau of Investigation

File Nol._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Microsoft Corporation
1065 La Avenida
Bu_ilding 4
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) I I
to Microsoft b7E -1
Corporation. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the _FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-51
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and · telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI I !Field Office, attention [-redact name and b7E -2, 4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel~! _____________ ....,!and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
..-------.!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263 -52
FederalBureauof Investigation

FileN~.__ ___ _, b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
MySpace.com
407 N. Maple Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
888-309-1311

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL}! lto MySpace.com.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
b7E -1
officer, empl ·oyee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you rece ·i ved the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

l7ot03263 -53
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number o'f the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your ~ight to ~hallenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ ____________ ___,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII I Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the b7E -2
._____ .....
fBIField Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

'

17cv03263-54
FederalBureau of Investigation

File No!.__ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Yahoo!
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
408-349-5162

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL}I Ito Yahoo!. b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 'and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-55
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the b7E -2
1.- ___ __.IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv032fi3-5
FederalBureauof Investigation

File Nol... ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

January 27, 2017

Custodian of Records
Twitter
1355 Market Street, Suite 900
San Francisco, CA 94102
415-222-9670

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code {U.S.C.), Section 2709


{Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! jto Twitter.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1

officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter


and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263 -57
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself ~rovided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to~ b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the b7E -2
______ __.IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-5B
V•U• .a.,"t'"• .............. V.1, VU131,,•"'"

FederalBureauof Investigation

File Nol._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Comcast Communications b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear I._
___________, b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code {U.S.C.), Section 2709


{Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Secur~ty Letter {NSL)! !to Comcast b7E -1
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to ·information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact .that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-59
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI µQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ _____________ ....,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.---------.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-60
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FederalBureauof Investigation

FileN~..._ ___ _.
b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

b6 -1
Cox Communications
b7C -1

Dearl._ ______ ____.l. b6 -1


b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! to Cox I
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-61
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have .
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, . "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~-------------~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, Any
11

questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2


the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ ~!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cvll3263-6 2
FederalBureauof Investigation

File N~..._ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Microsoft Corporation
1065 La Avenida
Building 4
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) ! !to Microsoft
Corporation. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
b7E -1
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal adviqe or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may h~ve.

17cv03263-63
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI_I _____ IField Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
______ IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-64
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FederalBureauof Investigation

File Nol.____ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

CenturyLink b6 -1
b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Qwest b7E -1
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-65
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _I_____________ _.I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBI I !Field Of'fice or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
FederalBureau of Investigation

FileNoJ.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

July 13, 2016

b6 -1
Verizon Security b7C -1

b6 -1
Dea~------- b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL}! !to Verizon b7E -1
Security. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with·
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-67
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "Tha:t notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ _____________ ~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
Federal Bureau ofinvestigation

FileN~.__ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Verizon Wireless
180 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
800-451-5242

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to CellCo
Partnership. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the b7E -1
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary td comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-69
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may·result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be maiJ:ed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E _ 2 , 4
.telephone number), with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number) . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
______ !FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

l7cv03 263-70
FederalBureauof Investigation

Fil7N~._____ _.
b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custqdian of Records
Google
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043
650-253-7807

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I I to Google. b?E -l
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
201~ and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-71
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge


.
the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ____.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the u~per left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI I !Field Office or attention [redact name and
b7E -2

telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.-----~!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-72
FederalBureauof Investigation

Fi;eNo .._! ___ _.


b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Microsoft C9rporation
1065 La Avenida
Building 4
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Microsoft b7E -1
Corporation. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263- 73
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBI I I Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ _____ IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2
V•U• ,._,..,1'"· .............. V& uu.., ...•"'"'

Federal Bureauof Investigation

File No.!......,___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

b6 -1
Federal Operations b7C -1

Dear b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! to Sprint I
Federal Operations. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from b7E -1
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-75
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and
b7E -2,4
telephone number), with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _I_____________ .....
I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, Any
11

questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to


b7E -2
the FBII !field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number)."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ _____ IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-76
FederalBureauof Investigation

File No. ._! ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

b6 -1
T-Mobile USA, Inc.
b7C -1

Dear!._ _______ __, b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter I !to T-Mobile
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the b?E _ 1
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information, contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a c~rtain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-77
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
_to the FBI I I
Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ____.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have r.egarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
______ IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03 2:63-.78
FederalBureau of Investigation

File Nol._
___ _, b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Yahoo!
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
408-349-5162

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) ! !to Yahoo!.
b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-79
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~I_____________ ___.Iandmust reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
______ IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-BO
FederalBureauof Investigation

FileNoJ._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

b6 -1
T-Mobile USA, Inc. b7C -1

Dear!._ _________ ___. b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter I Ito T-Mobile
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact.that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-B1
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear.in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI!~ ____ ____.!Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
tel ·ephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ; attention: General
Counsel I I
and must ref~rence the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
,_____ ____.!FBIField Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17'cv03263-.82.
V•U• ....,"'.t'"a 1.aaa"'aa1,, va uur.:,1,,a"'..,

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

File Nol._
____ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

b6 -1
T-Mobile USA, Inc. b7C -1

Dear!.__ ________ ~ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 Qf the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to T-Mobile
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the b?E -l
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to inf9rmation,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

· 17cv03263-B3
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI ~equests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions.you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
FederalBureauof Investigation

FileN4._ ___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

Custodian of Records
Microsoft Corporation
1065 La Avenida
Building 4
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter! Ito Microsoft b7E -1
Corporation . The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17 cv0.3263-85
However, consistent,with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physicai
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with_a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
cor:q.er of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, Any
11

questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to


b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_____ IFBI Field ·Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
FederalBureauof Investigation

File N4.__
__ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 11, 2016

Custodian of Records
Microsoft Corporation
1065 La Avenida
Building 4
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709 ·


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Microsoft b7E -1
Corporation. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, .and consistent with law, you may e:x;ercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NS~.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03253-87
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI SP.ecial Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the.life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI .Special Agent might appear in tw0 places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel,__ ____________ ____.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03 2-63-88
FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FileN~.____ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

Custodian of Records
Yahoo!
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
408-349-5162

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL~ Ito Yahoo!.
b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOM Act of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the . sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and
b7E -2,4
telephone
Counsel ..._ _____________
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
.....and must reference
General
the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----- ....!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17-cv03263-90
.._,,•U•..,...,..,U• ............... V& VU~I,•"'"'

FederalBureau of Investigation

FileN~._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

T-Mobile USA, Inc. b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear!._ _________ _ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to T-Mobile
b7E -1
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOM Act of 2015 and the Termination Procedures tor NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-91
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ___ ___,!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E - 2

17cv0.3263-92
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

F11cN4
____ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

Windstream Communications, Inc. b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear~I--------~ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code {U.S.C.), Section 2709
{Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter {NSL)I Ito Windstream
Communications, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account{s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-93
.------------------------------------------~----- . - -- ----- ------,

If you choose, yo~ may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~l_____________ ___.land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ ....IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FllcN~.____ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

b6 -1
b7C -1
T-Mobile USA, Inc.

Dear .. l__________
_ b6
b7C -1
-1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! ~o T-Mobile
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that-prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to- those to whom di .sclosure was necessary to comply with the ·
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in.danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~l
_____________
~I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----- .....
!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-96
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

File No.._! ___ _.


b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

Cox Communications b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear._!________ __, b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Cox
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirement?
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-97
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel~l _____________ ___.land must reference the date
·of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ___ __,!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-9B
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FdcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

AT&T, AT&T Mobility, or AT&T Corporate Security


b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~! ________ __, b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to AT&T
Mobility. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
let·ter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-99
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4 ·
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~I
_____________ ....
I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ ____ ~IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

17cv03263 - 1,0
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN4._ ___ ___.


b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

Custodian of Records
Verizon Wireless
180 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
800-451-5242

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) I !to Verizon
Wireless. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you ·provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-101
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge th~ NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and
b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ___. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any qµestions you have regarding this letter to the
------!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-102
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

File NJ..._
__ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

Level 3 Communications, LLC


b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~I ___________ ___,


b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NsLi !to Level 3
Communications, LLC. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the US~ FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise you~
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-103
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ___. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBI I I Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

F1lcN~----_. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

b6 -1
Level 3 Communications, LLC b7C -1

I
Dea~~--------------' b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to TW Telecom.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-105
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that ·doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FB~ !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----~!FBI Field otfice. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 18, 2016

TelePacific Communications b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear ...l__________
_ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 270~
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito TelePacific
Communications. The NSL included a nondtsclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-107
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name'and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
F
telephone number]."

Pleas~ direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-------.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

File No!.__ __ ___.


b7E -1

b7E -2

October 31, 2016

b6 -1
Metro PCS, Inc. c/o T-Mobile USA, Inc. b7C -1

b6 -1
Dea~~-----------' b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709 -
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Metro PCS,
Inc. c/o T-Mobile USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement
that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or asent of your company from b7E -1
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercipe your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-109
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and telephone b7E -2,4
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General Counsel! !
I I
and must reference the date of the NSL and
the identification number found on the upper left corner of the
NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
----iFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-110
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 10, 2016

Bank of America
b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear_l ________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)
(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a Natio~al
Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Bank of America. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclo~ure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is ~o longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03253-111
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephqne number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I Iand must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2

the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and


telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
-------~BI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-112
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

File N~.____ __, b7E -1

b7E -2

January 27, 2017

Custodian of Records
Twitter
1355 Market Street, Suite 900
San Francisco, CA 94102
415-222-9670

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic ~ommunications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) I !to Twitter.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assista~ce with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~I
_____________ _.I
and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII I Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ _____ _.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-114
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

File N~.___ __, b7E -1

b7E -2

July 12, 2016

Federal Reserve Bank of New York b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear .. l_________
__, b6
b7C -1
-1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !to Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The NSL
included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, b7E -1
employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that
the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than to those
to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an
attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the
letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015
and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI
has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL
and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to
all information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and -
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-115
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FB~-----~ield Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
..----!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-116
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FileNo!._
___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 12, 2016

b6 -1
b7C -1
JustHost

b6 -1
Dear~I __________ __,
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito JustHost.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1

officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter


and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-117
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBI~l_____ __,IField Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_____ __.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03253-118
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File N4.__
__ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 19, 2016

AT&T, AT&T Mobility, or AT&T Corporate Security b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear_! ________ _ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to AT&T
Internet Services. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirem~nt in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you proviqed responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-119
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence.that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel I Iand must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office Field Office or attention
[redact name and telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ ____ __.!Field Office FBI Field Office ..

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-120
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FilcNo!.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 19, 2016

Custodian of Records
Google
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043
650-253-7807

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communicat_ions Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) ! !to Google.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

..

17cv03263-121
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephope number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Co~nsel I Iand must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_____ __.,Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

1.?cv-032-63
-12.2
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~._____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 19, 2016

Custodian of Records
Yahoo!
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
408-349-5162

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, - United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NS¼)! ! to Yahoo! . b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.·
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-123
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII ~ield Office Field Office or attention
[redact name and telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ __.!Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-124
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

July 13, 2016

AT&T Mobility b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~! _________ _, b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to AT&T
Mobility. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or tq an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-125
'
If you·choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel --------------~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FB~_____ ....rield Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

I.
17cv03263 -126
I
I
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FdcN4..._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

July 13, 2016

Verizon Wireless Custodian of Records


Verizon Wireless
180 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
800-451-5242

Dear Verizon Wireless Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Verizon
Wireless. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive informatibn to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03253-127
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Speciai Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right' to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FB~ !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ ____________ ----1 and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-------,IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-128
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

b7E -1

b7E -2

August 18, 2016

Comcast Communications b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear_! ________ _ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Comcast b7E -1
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may ~xercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-129
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed.to
the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
______ ___.IFBI Field Office.

...
Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FdcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 18, 2016

Custodian of Records
Verizon Wireless
180 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
800-451-5242

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Verizon b7E -1
Wireless. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-131
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and _b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FB~ I Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
________ IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-132
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcNoJ.___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 19, 2016

b6 -1
SoftLayer Technologies, Inc. b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~! _______ __, b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to SoftLayer
Technologies, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whetlier to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-133
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office Field Office or attention
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
i-----....1IField Office FBI Field Office .

Sincerely,

b7E -2

l 7cv032fi3-134
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

F1lcNol.___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

November 01, 2016

b6 -1
Charter Plaza b7C -1

Dear~I____________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Charter
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."
___ P_l_e_asedirect any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ ___ ~IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263-136
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FileNol.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

November 01, 2016

CenturyLihk b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear ...l______________
_. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL~ Ito Qwest b7E -1
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclo~ure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-137
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ _____________ ~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FB~ !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

File No!.__ __ __.


b7E -1

b7E -2

May 23, 2016

b6 -1
Federal Reserve Bank of New York b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~I----------~ b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)~!______ __.!to Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The NSL
included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, b7E -1

employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that
the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than to those
to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an
attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the
letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015
and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI
has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL
and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to
all information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself p~ovided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-139
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! ~ield Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ _, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----iFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-140
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 22, 2016

Qwest Corporation b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear .. l___________
__. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) ! !to Qwest b7E -1
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements \

of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
.---P_l~ease direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ __ __.IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263-142
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FdcN4.____ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

November 01, 2016

b6 -1
b7C -1
Cox Communications

Dear~! ________ __, b6 -1


b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Cox
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
•Comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures• for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, •the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly :
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBrl !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~l_____________ ....,Iand must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct aµy questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263 -l44
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FdcNo!.. ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

November 01, 2016

Custodian of Records
Verizon Internet Services
22001 Loudoun County Pkwy
Cl-2-601
Ashburn, VA 20147
703-886-6240

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Verizon
Internet Services. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information -was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-145
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel '---------------~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

Fdc Nol
____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

November 01, 2016

b6 -1
Cablevision Systems b7C -1

Dear~I _______ _ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Cablevision
Systems . The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I Iand must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.----~rBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263-148
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

Nol.__
File ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

November 01, 2016

b6 -1
Comcast Communications b7C -1

Dear~I __________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Comcast
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-149
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263-150
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

I___ __.
File No .. b7E -1

b7E -2

November 01, 2016

CenturyLink b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear .. l___________
~ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Qwest
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent .with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-151
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----iFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263-152
U.S. Departm"ent
of Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

F1JcN~...____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

November 01, 2016

b6 -1
SoftLayer Technologies, Inc. b7C -1

Dear~I ________ ___. b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to SoftLayer
Technologies, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
b7E -1
dis.closing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-153
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be ~ailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
o~ the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions rou have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBil~____ _.!Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv0.3263-154
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File No.._! ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 27, 2016

Clearing House Payment Company, LLC b6 -1


b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~I __________ ___,
b7C -1

Pursuant to Titie 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL) I Ito Clearing House Payment Company,
LLC. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you,
any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, b7E -1
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to .continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-155
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
qu~stions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-------.IFBI field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-156
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 10, 2016

Equifax b6 -1
b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~I -------~ b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v
of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! I to Equifax. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or b7E -1
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to tpe letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL exce~t as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-157
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ____.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FB~ !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
,_______ ....,!FBIField Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv032,63-158
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FilcN~..._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 10, 2016

Experian b6 -1
b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~I-----------~
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v
of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL}! !to Experian. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of b7E -1
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing_
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-159
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ _. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ _____ ~!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-160
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FdcNo!..._ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 10, 2016

TransUnion b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~I _________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v of
the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security Letter
(NSL)! !to TransUnion. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of b7E -1
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, . "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number] 1 with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~l_____________ .....,Iand must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ _____ ...,IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-162
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File Nol._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 08, 2016

Custodian of Records
Verizon Wireless
180 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
800-451-5242

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Verizon
Wireless. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, a~y officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary wit~ respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-163
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly :
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel.._ ____________ __, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_______ IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03 2,63-164
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau of..Investigation

FileNol._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 22, 2016

T-Mobile USA, Inc. b6 -1


b7C -1

b6 -1
Dea~~---------' b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito T-Mobile
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-165
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! Wield Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ __, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----1FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263-166
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FileNo._!___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

July 03, 2017

Vonage Holdings
b6 -1
b7C -1

DearJ ..._________ _ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 20·1 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Vonage
Holdings. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
b7E -1
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-167
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _______________ and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be dir~cted b7E -2
to the FBII field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
----iFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-168
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FllcN~..._ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 09, 2017

AT&T, AT&T Mobility, or AT&T Corporate Security b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear~I__________ _ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito AT&T
Mobility. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with th~
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to-continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.

Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your


discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-169
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI I I Field Office or attention .[redact name and
b7E -2

telephone number]."
.---P_l~e~ase direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_____ IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FilcN b7E -1

b7E -2

February 09, 2017

Cox Communications b6 -1
b7C -1

b6 -1
Dea~~------------' b7C -1

.Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I fo Cox
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from b7E -1
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
No~disclosure .Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itse+f provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-171
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph.discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
b7E -2,4
to the FB~ !Field Office, attention [redact name and
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ ___. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03253-172
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 09, 2017

b6 -1
Federal Credit Union b7C -1

Dear .. l_______
_. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !to Navy Federal Credit Union. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth belo~.
Accordin~ly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and.
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical

17cv03263-173
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ _____________ ~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-174
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FtlcNo._!
___ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 09, 2017

Custodian of Records
Verizon Wireless
180 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
800-451-5242

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Verizon
Wireless. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent ~ith the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-175
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence thi:lt reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel L- ____________ ___.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

l 7cv032fi3-176
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

Nol._
Fdc ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 09, 2017

Custodian of Records
Facebook
1601 Willow Rd.
Building 18
Menlo Park, CA 94025
650-543-4890

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Facebook.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtainea access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015· and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined t4at nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-177
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the s~ntence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ ____________ ___,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-178
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FJlcN4._____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

July 12, 2016

AT&T Mobility b6 -1
b7C -1

b6 -1
Dea~ ..---------- b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to AT&T
Mobility. The NSL included a nondisciosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined t~at nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclo~e the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! rield Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03 2-63-180
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

Nol
File___ _ b7E -1

b7E -2

July 12, 2016

I
T-Mobile USA, Inc.
I b6 -1
b7C -1

I I
Dearl b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to'T-Mobile
b7E -1
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewe~ whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondis9losure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-181
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
t)le sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-182
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 09, 2017

Cox Communications b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear .. l_________
__. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Cox
b7E -1
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclqse the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-183
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number· of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

______ P_l~e~ase direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ ___ ~IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-184
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File Noi.__
__ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 09, 2017

b6 -1
Synchrony Financial b7C -1

Dear~I _________ __, b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) ! !to Synchrony Financial. The NSL included a
nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to .all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-187
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or fax~d
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ _____________ ~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.---- ....IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03253-188
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FilcN~..._ __ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 09, 2017

Cox Communications b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~I _________ __. b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Cox
Communications. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure .Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two piaces on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field.Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ ____,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-190
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnyestigation

File No!.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

June 15, 2016

You Send It, Inc. b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear .. l____________
_ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to You Send
It, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
b7E -1
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-191
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
How~ver, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent migh~ appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI I IField Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2, 4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel~l _____________ __,land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
------.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-192
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

File Noj._
___ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 13, 2017

Custodian of Records
PayPal
PayPal Holdings Inc. Global Asset Protection
173 West Election Road
Draper, UT 84020
801-890-9548

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)I Ito PayPal. The NSL included a
nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the .. NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telep~one number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ ___. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions rou
have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI_ !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-194
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~..._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 31, 2016

Level 3 Communications, LLC b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear~I __________ __.


b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Level 3
Communications, LLC . The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
b7E -1
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-195
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel --------------~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
________ IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03253-196
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FileN~..._ __ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

January 09, 2017

Western Union
b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~I ________ __, b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)
(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)! l'to Western Union. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing 'the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure re'quirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Acc0rdingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-197
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII rield Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~..._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

April 27, 2016

b6 -1
Sprint Federal Operations b7C -1

Dear~I _____________ __. b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Sprint
Federal Operations. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from b7E -1
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consist~nt with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-199
-~-·~-------~----------~------ -- ---- - - - -------

If you cho.ose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
'Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ _____ ~!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03253-200
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FlicN~._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

April 27, 2016

Time Warner Cable b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear ... l_________


_ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL}! !to Time Warner
Cable. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact ½hat you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:•

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and
b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ _____________ ~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBI~i-------.!Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
~-----~IFBI Field Officed

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-202
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN<I._ ___ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 21, 2017

American Express
b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear ... l________


_ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)
(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)! Ito American Express. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibiteq. you, any officer, employee,
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had b7E -1
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-203
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special.Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
th~ FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ ____,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-204
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 21, 2017

Bank of America
b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear .. l________
_. b6
b7C -1
-1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(-a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Bank of America. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and t4at the FBI had b7E -1
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to dis~lose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ____.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.-----.!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-206
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FolcN<j._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 21, 2017

Bank of New York Mellon Corporation


b6 -1
b7C -1

l__________,
Dear ... b6
b7C -1
-1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter I______
(NSL) ... _.!to Bank of New York Mellon Corporation.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter b7E -1
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-207
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone. number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be ma,iled or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ______________ ~ and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----.!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03253-208
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FdcNol._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 21, 2017

Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities,
LLC b6 -1
b7C -1

Deatj.__________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !to Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan Chase
Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities, LLC. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of b7E -1
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was &ought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-209
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with othe'r legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ ____________ ____.and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11

Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----i FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-210
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FiloN~.___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 21, 2017

Compass Bank b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~I _________ ___. b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 1~, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)
{S) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL) I Ito Compass Bank. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-211
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ _____________ ~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
------.IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-212
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FdoN~..._ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 21, 2017

Discover Financial Services b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear~I __________ __. b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)
(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)! !to Discover Financial Services.
b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
anq that the FBI had sought or obtained access to inf0rmation, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the re"quirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-213
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBI! ! Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.---- ....IFBI -Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-214
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FdcN~._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 21, 2017

I Fifth Third Bank


I b6 -1
b7C -1

I I
Dearl b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)
(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)! ! to Fifth Third Bank. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had b7E -1
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct.of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03253-215
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions [ou have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI_ !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
----!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-216
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FllcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 21, 2017

I T-Mobile I,Il;iA, Ins;:,


I
b6 -1
b7C -1

I I
Dear! b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to T-Mobile
USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any _officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assist~nce
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of . the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-217
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in.
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
te·lephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.------.!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-218
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

F,lcNo .._i __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 19, 2016

Custodian of Records
PayPal
PayPal Holdings Inc. Global Asset Protection
173 West Election Road
Draper, UT 84020
801-890-9548

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Lett.er (NSL) ! !to PayPal. The NSL included a
nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuan~ to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-219
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in dange~ to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
b7E -2,4
the FBII !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel ~l
_____________ ___.land
must refe~ence
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII I Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._____ _.IField Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

,,..

17cv03263-2.20
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _.
b7E -1

b7E -2

August 31, 2017

Equifax b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~! _______ __. b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v
of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !to Equifax. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of b7E -1
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and .;the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent w'ith other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03253-221
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent inqluded on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
----iFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263- 222
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File N~._____ _.I. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 31, 2017

I Experian
I b6 -1
b7C -1

I I
Dearl b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v
of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! I
to Experian. The NSL included a nondisclosure
b7E -1
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03253-223
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly :

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention : General
Counsel _____________ ____,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. "
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding . this letter to the
----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv0.3.263-2 :
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcNoj._
___ _, b7E -1

b7E -2

August 31, 2017

TransUnion b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~! ________ _, b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v of
the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security Letter
(NSL) I !to TransUnion. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited-you, any officer, employee, or agent of b7E -1
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

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name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, a~tention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel.._ ____________ __. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
----~!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

..._________ b7E -2

17cv03263 -226
L___
~
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FileNo!.___ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 06, 2016

AT&T Mobility b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear ... l________


~ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito AT&T
Mobility. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the b7E -1
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

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If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to·the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephon~ number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or fa~ed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel --------------~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to b7E -2
the FBII I Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ _____ ....IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b6 -2
b7C -2
b7E -2

17cv03263-228
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FilcN~._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 02, 2016


I
I Time Warner Cable
I b6 -1
b7C -1

I I
Dearl b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! ~o Time warner
Cable. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the follow~ng:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

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If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI ~!_____ ~!Field Office, attention [redact name and
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_______ IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-2µ0
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File N~.__ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 19, 2016

CloudFlare, Inc. Legal Department


CloudFlare, Inc.
101 Townsend Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
650-319-8930

Dear CloudFlare, Inc. Legal Department:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to CloudFlare.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If yo~ choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-231
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office Field Office or attention
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ _.!Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-232
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

File NojL.------'

b7E -

April 13, 2017

b6 -1
AT&T, AT&T Mobility, or Ar&T Corporate Security
b7C -1

I
Dear!._ _______ __, b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to AT&T
Mobility. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
require~ent in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

l7cv03 263-2. 13
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself 9rovided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~I
______________I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_______ IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-234
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FileNo._!___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 31, 2017

Custodian of Records
Google
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Google.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be

17cv03253-235
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII I Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ ___, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be direct~d
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-------,IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-236
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

F,lcNi..._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

March 15, 2017

Custodian of Records
VeTizon Wireless
180 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
800-451-5242

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Veriz~n
Wireless. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to •the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-237
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a cop¥ to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ...._____________ ___,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.-----iFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-238
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FdcNo~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 18, 2016

Custodian of Records
AOL, INC.
22000 AOL Way
Dulles, VA 20166
703-265-1000

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to AOL, INC ..
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with
respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-239
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel I land must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Offic~ Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_______ !Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-240
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau of Investigation

File Nol._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 18, 2016

Custodian of Records
Verizon Legal Compliance
22001 Loudoun County Pkwy
Cl-2-601
Ashburn, VA 20147
703-886-6240

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! ! to Verizon b7E -1
Legal Compliance. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(,s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-241
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the N$L and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel ~I _____________ _.Iand must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ __,!Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-242
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauof Investigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 18, 2016

Custodian of Records
Verizon Wireless
180 Washington Valley Road
Bedminster, NJ 07921
800-451-5242

Dear Custodian of° Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Verizon
Wireless. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03253-243
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety bf a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact
b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel _____________ ___, and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on·the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ __.IField Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _ b7E -1

b7E -2

August 18, 2016

Equifax b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear .. l________
___. b6
b7C -1
-1

Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v


of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)I Ito Equifax. The NSL included a nondisclosure b7E -1
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive .information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-245
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel I I and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to th~ FBII !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
______ ...IField Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-246
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FllcN~.____ _ b7E -1

b7E -2

August 18, 2016

Experian b6 -1
b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~!-------~
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681v
of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)I Ito Experian. The NSL included a nondisclosure
reguir~ment that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of b7E -1
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you m~y have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the .FBI requests that the

17cv03263-247
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII I Field Office Field Office, attention [redact
b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel._ ____________ ___, and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office Field Office or attention
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ ____ _.!Field Office FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-248
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau of Investigation

F1kN~._ __ __. b7E -1

August 18, 2016


I b7E -2

b6 -1
TransUnion
b7C -1

Dear ... l________


_. b6
b7C -1
-1

Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code {U.S.C.) Section 1681v of


the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security Letter
{NSL)! !to TransUnion. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of ·
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or b7E -1
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal a.ss_istance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account{s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv032'63-24
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL a~f should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name. and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ., attention:
General Counsel and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII I Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ __.IField Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03253-250
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FdcN~..._ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 29, 201E:i

Citibank, N.A; Citibank (South Dakota), N.A. b6 -1


b7C -1

Dear~I ___________ __. b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)I Ito Citibank, N .A; Citibank (South Dakota),
N.A .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, b7E -1
any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv0326 3-251
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact
b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ __.IField Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2 ·

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-252
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

b7E -1

b7E -2

August 29, 2016

b6 -1
Federal Reserve Bank of New York b7C -1

Dear~I __________ _ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !to Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The NSL
included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, b7E -1
employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that
the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than to those
to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an
attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the
letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015
and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI
has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL
and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to
all information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-253
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly :
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field.Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel I I and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ ...,!Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv032fi3 -254
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FdcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 09, 2016

b6 -1
Metro PCS, Inc. c/o T-Mobile USA, Inc.
b7C -1

·1,____
--
Dea~.___________ ...., b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic ·Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Metro PCS,
b7E -1
Inc. c/o T-Mobile USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement
that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with .the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03253-257
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ___. and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FEIi !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
.-----.rBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-25B
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FilcN~._ ___ _.
b7E -1

b7E -2

May 09, 2016

Custodian of Records
Paltalk, AVMSoftware
PO Box 2412
Jaf Station, NY 10116

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Paltalk, AVM b7E -1
Software. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-259
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result i~ danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ~l_____________ .....,land
must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----iFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv0326 3-260
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 09, 2016

b6 -1
Yahoo! b7C -1

Deatj.________ __. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! ! to Yahoo!.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter b7E -1
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv0326 3-261
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you m~y have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ _____________ ~and must reference the date
of uhe NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.------,IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-252
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FilcNo!._____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 18, 2016

b6 -1
BB&T b7C -1

\
Dear .. l________
__. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) I Ito BB&T. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
b7E -1
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that ~oing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-263
name and telephone number of the FBI S~ecial Agent included on the. NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and tele~hone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel I I and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
_____ _.!Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

l
b7E -2

17cv03253-264
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FdcNoJ..._ __ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 23, 2016

AT&T b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear~! ________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to AT&T.
b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requireme~t
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise ·your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-265
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel I I and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2

[redact name and telephone number]."


Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ____ __.!Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-26
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FlleNI._
___ __, b7E -1

b7E -2

August 23, 2016

b6 -1
Sprint Federal Operations b7C -1

b6 -1
Dea~~---------------' b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Sprint
Federal Operations. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that
prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
b7E -1
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
N?ndisclosu ·re Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
1he fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) fo~ which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-267
. However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact
b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel._ ____________ ........ and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office Field Office or attention b7E -2
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions y9u have regarding this letter to the
.______.IField Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17c::v01Z63
-268
-------------------------------------------------

U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File No!.__ __ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 17, 2017

Custodian of Records
AOL, Inc.
22000 AOL Way
Dulles, VA 20166
703-265-1000

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to AOL, Inc ..
b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA ,FREEDOMAct of'
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with
respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordipgly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-269
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special-Agent might appear in two places on the N$L and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
the FBI I !Field Office or attention- [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ______ ~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-270
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FtlcN~..._ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

February 17, 2017

Custodian of Records
. Microsoft Corporation
1065 La Avenida
Building 4
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U,S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to Microsoft
Corporation. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
b7E -1
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-273
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone
Counsel ____________
..._
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
__. and must reference
General
the date
of the NSL and the ident"ification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page qf the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed to
b7E -2
,the FBI! ! Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
..._______ ~!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17o.r03263-274
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

File N~.____ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

August 23, 2016

Bank of America
b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear I._________ ~ b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)


(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Bank of America. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the ·letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondis9losure Requirement, the FBI has-
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you pro~ided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03253-275
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the F~I requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of . a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBII !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact
b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office Field Office or attention
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
______ ....!Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-276
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FileN4._
____ _, b7E -1

b7E -2

August 23, 2016

b6 -1
GoDaddy.com b7C -1

Dear~I _________ _ b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! !to GoDaddy.com.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-277
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might app~ar in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office Field Office, attention [redact b7E -2,4
name and telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
General Counsel and must reference
the date of the NSL and the identification number found on the
upper left corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office Field Office or attention
[redact name and telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ _____ ~!Field Office FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-278
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

b7E -1
F,lcNi._
___ __.

b7E -2

October 24, 2016

Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities,
b6 -1
LLC b7C -1

Dear~! _________ __, b6 -1


b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) I !to Chase Bank, USA, N .A. /JP Morgan Chase
Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities, LLC. The NSL included a nondisclosure b7E -1
requirement that prohibited you! any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has review~d
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and ·
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-279
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name.and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ ____,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-2B0
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 24, 2016

Equifax
b6 -1
b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~I _______ __,
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 168lu(a)


of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !to Equifax. The NSL included a nondisclosure
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of b7E -1
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-281
However, consistent with the relevant .statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telep~one number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a . person.
r
Please note that the name .
and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII rield Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number] . 11

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
------.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-282
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

F1lcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 24, 2016

b6 -1
b7C -1

Experian

b6 -1
Dea~~-----------' b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1681u(a)
of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)! !to Experian. The NSL included a nondisclosure b7E -1
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the .FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv0326 3-2B3
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly :
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
b7E -2,4
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2

telephone number]."
___ P_l_e...,ase
direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
._ ___ ~!FBI Field Office . b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

l7 cv032fi3-284
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau oflnvestigation

FIieNo!.__ __ ___. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 24, 2016

b6 -1
b7C -1

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Dear I.__
__________ ____, b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)I Ito Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The NSL b7E -1
included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer,
employee, or agent of your company from ~isclosing the letter and that
the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than to those
to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an
attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the
letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015
and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI
has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL
and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to
all information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:

The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;


The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-285
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, ''That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel._ ____________ __, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
-----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-286
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN~.____ __, b7E -1

b7E -2

October 24, 2016

b6 -1
Trans Union b7C -1

Dear~I__________ __. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section
1681u(a) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL)I Ito TransUnion. The NSL included a
nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had b7E -1
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-287
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel _____________ __, and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII ! Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.----~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-2BB
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

b7E -1

b7E -2

October 24, 2016

b6 -1
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage b7C -1

Dear~I ___________ _, b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a} (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL) ! !to Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information. contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose t?e NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-289
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII field Office, attention [redact name and
b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBII rield Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-------.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Departmentof Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FilcN~..._ __ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

July 03, 2017

b6 -1
Federal Reserve Bank of New York b7C -1

Dear~! _________ _, b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, t-he FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)~!______ __.!to Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The NSL
included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, b7E -1
employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that
the FBI had sought or obtained access to-information, other than to those
to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an
attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the
letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015
and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI
has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL
and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to
all information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-291
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBII !Field Office, attention [redact ·name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ ____________ __,and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----,!FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-292
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FilcN1._
___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

December 13, 2016

b6 -1
b7C -1

AT&T, AT&T Mobility, or AT&T Corporate Security

Dea~.__________ __. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709
(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986),
the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I I to AT&T b7E -1
Mobility. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the
letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263-293
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! rield Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2 , 4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel.._ _____________ ~ and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and b7E -2
telephone number]."

Please direct any questio~s you have regarding this letter to the
.----~IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

1.7cv-032:63-294
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File N~.____ __, b7E -1

b7E -2

October 31, 2016

Custodian of Records
Google
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043
650-253-7807

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Lett~r (NSL)I Ito Google.
b7E -1
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue "the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03263-295
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact na~e and telephone
b7E -2,4

..___________
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
__, and must reference
General Counsel~! ___
the date of the NSL and
~

the identification number found on the upper left corner of the


NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the b7E -2
.---~!FBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv03263-296
U.S. Department of Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FileNo._!___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

October 31, 2016

b6 -1
Metro PCS, Inc. c/o T-Mobile USA, Inc. b7C -1

Dear~I _________ _. b6 -1
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)I Ito Metro PCS, b7E -1
Inc. c/o T-Mobile USA, Inc .. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement
that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from
disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access
to information, other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to
comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal
assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements
of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL
Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the
nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is
no longer necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL
except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL. on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent.with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263-297
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence · that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and telephone b7E -2,4
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General Counsel! !
! I and must reference the date of the NSL and
the identification number found on the upper left corner of the
NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the b7E -2
---~IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2

17cv032fi3 -298
U.S, Department of Justice

FederalBureauoflnvestigation

FllcN4._____ _ b7E -1

b7E -2

October 31, 2016

Custodian of Records
Microsoft Corporation
1065 La Avenida
Building 4
Mountain View, CA 94043

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL)! ~o Microsoft b7E -1
Corporation. The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited
you, any officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the
letter and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information,
other than to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with
the letter or to an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance
with respect to the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA
FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure
Requirement, the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure
requirement in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer
necessary with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as
set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and telephone b7E -2,4

__________
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
.._ __. and must reference
General Counsel!._ _ __.
the date of the NSL and
the identification number found on the upper left corner of the
NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
----IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Departmentof Justice

FederalBureau of Investigation

FileNo._!__ __, b7E -1

b7E -2

October 31, 2016

Custodian of Records
Yahoo!
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
408-349-5162

Dear Custodian of Records:

Pursuant to Title 18, United States Code (U.S.C.), Section 2709


(Section 201 of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986), the
FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) ! !to Yahoo!.
The NSL included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any
b7E -1
officer, employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter
and that the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than
to those to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to
an attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to
the letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of
2015 and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement,
the FBI has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement
in the NSL and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary
with respect to all information contained in the NSL except as set forth
below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the

17cv03253-301
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed to
the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and telephone b7E -2,4

__________
number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention:
.._ __. and must reference
General Counsel~! ___
the date of the NSL and
~

the identification number found on the upper left corner of the


NSL. 11
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBII I Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-----.IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

FlicNoj.____ __. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 11, 2016

Bank of America b6 -1
b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~I -------~ b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)
(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter (NSL) I Ito Bank of America. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee,
b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure ~equirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

17cv03263- 305
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may re~ult in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I I and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBI! !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.-------,IFBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

Fdc N~.__ ___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 11, 2016

b6 -1
Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities, b7C -1
LLC

b6 -1
Dear~I _________ _.
b7C -1

Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)~!______ _.!to Chase Bank, USA, N.A./JP Morgan Chase
Bank, N.A./JP Morgan Securities, LLC. The NSL included a nondisclosure b7E -1
requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, or agent of
your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had sought or
obtained access to information, other than to those to whom disclosure
was necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney to obtain
legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter. Consistent
with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the Termination
Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has reviewed
whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph dis~ussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel I land must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
b7E -2
to the FBII !Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
______ P-l_e-;-asedirect any questions you have regarding this letter to the
b7E -2
._ ___ .....
IFBI Field Office.

Sincerely,

b7E -2
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

F,lcN~.____ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 11, 2016

Federal Reserve Bank of New York b6 -1


b7C -1

b6 -1
Dear~I-----------~ b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a) (5)
of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National Security
Letter (NSL)I Ito Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The NSL
included a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer,
employee, or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that b7E -1
the FBI had sought or obtained access to information, other than to those
to whom disclosure was necessary to comply with the_letter or to an
attorney to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the
letter. Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015
and the Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI
has reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL
and determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to
all information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;·
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.
If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03263- 309
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacteq because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:

In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in


the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel --------------~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed b7E -2
to the FBI! field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."

Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
----1FBI Field Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,

b7E -2

1.7cv03263-310
U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau oflnvestigation

File Nol
..___ _. b7E -1

b7E -2

May 11, 2016

SunTrust Bank b6 -1
b7C -1

Dear .. l___________
_. b6 -1
b7C -1
Pursuant to Title 12, United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 3414(a)
(5) of the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the FBI issued a National
Security Letter _(NSL)I Ito SunTrust Bank. The NSL included
a nondisclosure requirement that prohibited you, any officer, employee, b7E -1
or agent of your company from disclosing the letter and that the FBI had
sought or obtained access to information, other than to those to whom
disclosure wa:s necessary to comply with the letter or to an attorney
to obtain legal advice or legal assistance with respect to the letter.
Consistent with the requirements of the USA FREEDOMAct of 2015 and the
Termination Procedures for NSL Nondisclosure Requirement, the FBI has
reviewed whether to continue the nondisclosure requirement in the NSL and
determined that nondisclosure is no longer necessary with respect to all
information contained in the NSL except as set forth below.
Accordingly, and consistent with law, you may exercise your
discretion to disclose the following:
The fact that you received the NSL on a certain date;
The customer account(s) for which information was sought; and
Whether or not you provided responsive information to the FBI
pursuant to the NSL.

If you choose, you may disclose the NSL itself provided that doing
so would be consistent with other legal obligations you may have.

17cv03253-311
However, consistent with the relevant statute, the FBI requests that the
name and telephone number of the FBI Special Agent included on the NSL be
redacted because disclosure may result in danger to the life or physical
safety of a person. Please note that the name and telephone number of
the FBI Special Agent might appear in two places on the NSL and should be
redacted accordingly:
In the paragraph discussing your right to challenge the NSL, in
the sentence that reads, "That notice must be mailed or faxed
to the FBI! !Field Office, attention [redact name and b7E -2,4
telephone number], with a copy to FBI HQ, attention: General
Counsel ._ _____________ ~and must reference the date
of the NSL and the identification number found on the upper left
corner of the NSL."
Near the last page of the NSL, in a sentence that reads, "Any
questions you have regarding this letter should be directed
· b7E -2
to the FBII I Field Office or attention [redact name and
telephone number]."
Please direct any questions you have regarding this letter to the
.---- ....
fBIField Office. b7E -2

Sincerely,