Cisco has been subject to a new court order that allows the US government to access its devices.
The US government has been blocking access to its devices since March, and the company has been forced to scramble to keep up.
The court order, issued by US District Judge William Orrick in New York, says the government has to turn over data on all the devices that are used by Cisco and that Cisco has not shared with the US Government.
Cisco is asking for a number of things to stop the government from accessing its devices, including that it must notify users of the information it is accessing and the data that it is collecting about them, and that it notify users if it learns about the use of the devices by a US person or entity.
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