Amazon doesn't want you to know how many data demands it gets

""The more consumer-facing companies were more obviously implicated by the NSA revelations, and they started to feel the pressure and the impact on their business," said Kate Westmoreland, a fellow at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School. "Where a company such as Google has experienced the pressure from consumers [to disclose figures] they see a transparency report as a good way to try to allocate responsibility in the way that they perceive it," she added."