As of the filing of this transparency report, Virtru has received two government requests for data, detailed in the chart below.
We will continue filing transparency reports every six months with details on the type of requests we have received and whether we have challenged them. Note that the government may seek to limit the detail we can provide in future transparency reports, as it has done with other companies. We will always fight for more detail rather than less.
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