Google, eager to salvage its security-related reputation in the wake of disclosures about the NSA’s PRISM surveillance program, has asked a secretive intelligence court to let it disclose more details regarding government requests for information about its users, reports the Washington Post. 

In a legal filing Tuesday, Google cited a First Amendment right to speak about the information it must legally provide to the government. The company is seeking to have the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court lift a gag order that prevents companies from discussing or describing surveillance orders issued by that court, even in general terms. 

(See also: Tech Firms And Others Are Sharing — A Lot — With U.S. Spies And The Pentagon)