Syrian Electronic Army gather evidence that Microsoft selling your information to FBI

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A document recently leaked by Syrian Electronic Army shows that Microsoft is charging FBI secret division to legally view customer information.  The documents are said to have been taken from Microsoft.

Syrian Electronic Army(SEA) is known for hacking social media accounts and websites of top organizations including Microsoft, CNN, Daily dot and more. 

SEA allowed the Daily Dot to analyze the documents before they published in full.

The document is said to be containing emails and invoices between Microsoft's Global Criminal Compliance team and the FBI's Digital Intercept Technology Unit (DITU).

The documents shows that Microsoft charged FBI $145,100 in December 2012, broken down to $100 per request for information.  But in 2013, Microsoft allegedly doubled the amount, charged FBI $200 per request for a total of $352,200.  For the recent invoice(Nov 2013), they charged $281,000.

The information provided to FBI including Live email ID, PUID, name, address, country, IP address, Date of Registration and few other details.

Here is the screenshot of documents:





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