During the past 6 months, the government asked Google for 12,243 people’s personal information. Google complied with 93% of these requests, which works out to 11,386 individuals. Companies like Google are in a tough spot when the government comes knocking for data: if they have it, they almost always have to give it up. Google [...]
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