Cyberculture roundup: Google explains its approach to government requests..

In Uncategorized on January 29, 2013 at 19:45

Google’s approach to government requests for user data

from The Official Google Blog by A Googler
Today, January 28, is Data Privacy Day, when the world recognizes the importance of preserving your online privacy and security.

If it’s like most other days, Google—like many companies that provide online services to users—will receive dozens of letters, faxes and emails from government agencies and courts around the world requesting access to our users’ private account information. Typically this happens in connection with government investigations.


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