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September 2017.  We corrected the the number of users/accounts impacted by FISA requests indicated below in red.

Reporting period Number of requests Users/Accounts (ORIGINAL) Users/Accounts (REVISED)
Jan 2017 - Jun 2017 Data subject to six month reporting delay Data subject to six month reporting delay  Data subject to six month reporting delay
Jul 2016 - Dec 2016 500 - 999 35000 - 35499 35000 - 35499
Jan 2016 - Jun 2016 500 - 999 18500 - 18999 25000 - 25499
Jul 2015 - Dec 2015 500 - 999 21000 - 21499 22500 - 22999
Jan 2015 - Jun 2015 500 - 999 16000 - 16499 19000 - 19499
Jul 2014 - Dec 2014 500 - 999 17500 - 17999 18500 - 18999
Jan 2014 - Jun 2014 500 - 999 15000 - 15499 17000 - 17499
Jul 2013 - Dec 2013 500 - 999 15500 -15999 15500 - 15999
Jan 2013 - Jun 2013 500 - 999 9500 - 9999 14000 - 14499
Jul 2012 - Dec 2012 500 - 999 12500 - 12999 12500 - 12999
Jan 2012 - Jun 2012 500 - 999 8000 - 8499 10500 - 10999
Jul 2011 - Dec 2011 500 - 999 9500 - 9999 10000 - 10499
Jan 2011 - Jun 2011 500 - 999 7000 - 7499 7000 - 7499
Jul 2010 - Dec 2010 0 - 499 5000 - 5499 4000 - 4499
Jan 2010 - Jun 2010 0 - 499 3500 - 3999 3500 - 3999
Jul 2009 - Dec 2009 0 - 499 3500 - 3999 3500 - 3999
Jan 2009 - Jun 2009 0 - 499 2000 - 2499 2000 - 2499

 

October 2016. Pursuant to the USA Freedom Act, the FBI lifted a gag restriction on an NSL issued in the second half of 2015. To reflect this, we updated the range of NSLs received in that period — July to December 2015 — from 0-499 to 1-499.

December 2015. The passage of the USA Freedom Act enabled us to report Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) requests and National Security Letters (NSLs) in narrower ranges. We updated all historical data for previous reporting periods to reflect these new ranges.

August 2015. We corrected the number of user data requests that we received from Austria, Switzerland, and Germany in the July–December 2014 reporting period.

December 2013. The information presented for the July–December 2013 reporting period specifies the precise numbers of requests that were made. Prior to this change, we excluded data about countries that made fewer than 30 requests in a reporting period.

June 2012. We corrected the compliance percentage for user data requests that we received from Hungary in the January–June 2011 reporting period.

December 2011. We corrected the number of user data requests that we received from France, Germany, Hungary, Singapore, Spain and the U.K. in the January–June 2011 reporting period.