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Hardware Warrant Canary, January 1st 2019

1. We have not placed any backdoors into our hardware, and we have not complied with any requests to do so.
2. We have not complied with any National Security Letters or FISA court orders regarding our hardware.
3. We have not been subject to any gag order by a FISA court regarding our hardware.

The next statement will be published on the first day of each quarter
(January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, October 1st)

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China probe readies to land on dark side of the moon: Xinhua
Tech firm Sigfox develops tiny tracker to help fight rhino poaching
SpaceX launches first U.S. national security space mission
Spacex halts launch of U.S. military satellite due to winds
Storms halt SpaceX's first U.S. national security space mission
Astronauts return safely to Earth from Space Station
SpaceX says weather forces cancellation of launch of U.S. satellite
SpaceX cancels first U.S. national security mission
Big dinosaur predator from Italy was given a burial at sea
SpaceX halts U.S. satellite launch for national security mission
Solar system's most distant object is 'Farout' pink dwarf planet
Sue, the world-famous T. rex, gets a new lair in Chicago
Wondrous extinct flying reptiles boasted rudimentary feathers
Israeli spacecraft gets final element before 2019 moon launch
New Zealand's Rocket Lab shoots 13 tiny cube satellites into orbit
Virgin Galactic completes crewed space test, more flights soon
Curry agrees to lunar lab visit: NASA
A-maize-ing genetic sleuthing rewrites history of corn
Curry signals willingness to meet with NASA over Moon landing doubts
Russian cosmonauts take samples on sixth hour of spacewalk to crack mystery