JIM WASHINGTON: With us tonight is Viktor Schreck, general counsel for Ubersoft. Mr. Schreck, we’d like to ask you some questions about Ubersoft’s alleged involvement in the PRISM scandal.
VIKTOR SCHRECK: We do not have a back door that the Federal Government can use to access our customer data.
JIM WASHINGTON: So you deny involvement in this program.
VIKTOR SCHRECK: It’s very simple. From time to time we are required by law enforcement to supply them with data. These requests are reviewed on a customer by customer basis. Our policy is that, when necessary, we will supply the government with information one customer at a time.
JIM WASHINGTON: What if the government told you the customer they wanted information on was “America,” and they suspected it of having 314 million sock puppet accounts?
VIKTOR SCHRECK: No comment.
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