Two Out Of Three Cases Where Google Gives User Data To Government Don't Involve A Warrant
Governments' requests for Google's data over time. The right-most column breaks down how many of those requests came with a search warrant versus a more easily-acquired subpoena.
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#1 Jan 24, 2013
Everyone just needs to watch what personal info they put online.
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