28 Jan '13, 2pm

How Google Responds & Acts When Government Requests User & Search Data

Google has written a blog post documenting their legal process and approach to dealing with government requests for user and search data. Governments for one reason or another routinely ask search engines, like Google, for access to user data. From search logs to email accounts and browser history to purchase history. Google says they take each request incredibly seriously. They post transparency reports for all user data requests issued by governments around the world. In the U.S. they even document if the requests are subpoenas, court orders and/or warrants. Today, on Data Privacy Day, Google posted a new section on the Transparency Report portal for the legal process Google takes for each user data request they receive by governments. Google explains questions such as: Why might a government agency request my data? What does Google do when it receives a legal request fo...

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