Last month, the Attorney General and the Director of National Intelligence announced that communications providers may now publish more detailed disclosures on the information demands they receive from the government.  Providers now have a choice between disclosing the numbers of National Security Letters and FISA orders they receive, and the accounts affected, in bands of 1,000, and publishing the total number of all types of national security process received, in bands of 250. A company with a platform, product, or service that has not been subject to a FISA order before will have to wait two years before disclosing information about orders concerning that platform, product, or service, so as not to tip off terrorists that this new communications tool is subject to government surveillance.