A federal judge has ordered that whether Google is spying for National Security Agency or not, you have no right to know.

“The NSA need not disclose ‘the organization or any function of the National Security Agency, [or] any information with respect to the activities thereof,'” U.S. District Judged Richard Leon has ordered

The demand for information had been raised by the Electronic Privacy Information Center, which said the ruling would be appealed.

“EPIC had sought documents under the FOIA because such an agreement [between Google and NSA] could reveal that the NSA is developing technical standards that would enable greater surveillance of Internet users,” the organization explained.

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