Google gives user data to US government2011-06-28 09:30 by Daniela
Tags: Google, privacy
Governments in 26 developed countries demanded private information on Google users more than 14,000 times in the second half of last year, according to the search giant. The figures show that the US made 4,601 requests, followed by Brazil with 1,804 and India with 1,699. The requests concern all Google services, including YouTube videos, Gmail, Blogger blog posts and search results.
Google admits that in 94 percent of cases it complied with US requests.
Not surprisingly, the Chinese government didn't make any requests to Google last year.
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