January 24, 2013 Featured News, Govt, Online, Surveillance, U.S.
Trevor Timm writes:
This morning, Google released their semi-annual transparency report, and once again, it revealed a troubling trend: Internet surveillance around the world continues to rise, with the United States leading the way in demands for user data.
Google received over 21,000 requests for data on over 33,000 users in the last six months from governments around the world, a 70% increase since Google started releasing numbers in 2010.
Read more on EFF.
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