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Software Warrant Canary, April 1st 2019

1. We have not placed any backdoors into our software, 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 software.
3. We have not been subject to any gag order by a FISA court regarding our software.

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

### current news feed removing future-dating of warrant canary
### curl --silent "http://feeds.reuters.com/reuters/scienceNews" | xmllint --xpath //item//title - | sed "s/<title>//g" | sed "s/<\/title>/\n/g"

India says space debris from anti-satellite test to 'vanish' in 45 days
U.S. sees India space debris from weapons test eventually burning up
Second Chinese rocket startup fails to put satellite into orbit: state media
Little sun bear's facial mimicry reveals complex social skills
Modi hails India as military space power after anti-satellite missile test
U.S. studying India anti-satellite weapons test, warns of space debris
India's election commission examining Modi address on anti-missile test
Pakistan urges no militarization of space after India downs satellite
Factbox: Anti-satellite weapons: rare, high-tech, and risky to test
Trump administration calls for putting Americans back on moon by 2024
Key U.S. lawmaker objects to Trump 'Space Force' plan
Boeing delays by months test flights for U.S. human space program: sources
China clones 'Sherlock Holmes' police dog to cut training times: state media
WHO panel calls for registry of all human gene editing research
Brazilian physicist wins $1.4 million Templeton Prize
Russian space rocket lifts off with astronauts who survived rocket failure
Experts call for halt to gene editing that results in 'designer babies'
Space station crew confident on eve of first launch since rocket failure
Toyota, Japan space agency join forces to develop moon rover
Brazil to sign accord with U.S. on space technology next week