Aug 282013
 August 28, 2013  Govt, Online, Surveillance

Hayley Tsukayama reports:

Facebook fielded requests from 74 countries for data on at least 38,000 users in the first half of 2013, the company said in its first report detailing the scale and scope of data requests it receives from governments around the world.

The report, released Tuesday, covers every request the company has received from every government from January through June 30. Facebook said the report includes requests made for security reasons and for criminal cases.

Read more on Washington Post.

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