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  1. Google Transparency Report Adds Details on Subpoenas, Search Warrants, Court Orders

    Google first announced their Transparency Report back in Fall 2010 as part of their government requests tool aimed at giving people information about the requests for user data and content removal they receive from the government.

  2. Google Accused of Being Too Slow to Derank Pirate Websites

    Sites with high numbers of removal notices are now more likely to appear lower in our results, we've made it easier to report pirated material and now take down more than 7 million infringing links per month.

  3. Google: Nearly 6 Million Requests to Remove Search Results This Month

    Google revealed the extent of the search removal requests in the latest update to its Transparency Report Page. Google’s Transparency Report only includes requests sent via Google’s web form and doesn’t include copyright removal requests for other...

  4. Google Reveals More Government Search Censorship Requests

    Google May Choose Not to Comply with Removal Requests These requests aren’t always from the usual suspects either; Western democracies not typically associated with censorship are participating in the requested removal of political content, says...

  5. Google Copyright URL Removal Requests Top 1.2 Million

    The figures outlined in a recent Google report show more requests were made for URL removal last week than all of 2009 combined. Removal requests have seen a huge upswing in the past two years. Google's Transparency Report has been around since 2010.

  6. Google Transparency Report Now Shows User Data Requests

    However, Google only complied with two of the requests, and cited AdWords violations as the reason for removal in both cases. From there, we range from the Switzerland-level (Switzerland had fewer than 10 content removal requests and just 36 user...