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

    The new data includes a breakdown of requests such as subpoenas or search warrants, and a breakdown of data requests versus user account requests. In their blog announcement, Google released the following stats from July to December 2012: percent...

  2. Google Forced to Release WikiLeaks Volunteer's Gmail Info

    In the final six months of 2010, Google received 4,601 requests for data as a result of search warrants, subpoenas, and searches justified by the ECPA; they complied with 94 percent of the requests, according to the Google Transparency Report...

  3. Now States are Investigating Yahoo-Google Deal

    Also issuing subpoenas is the state of Florida. Just a few weeks after the US Department of Justice formally opened its investigation to the Yahoo-Google search advertising partnership. Now, about a dozen states are looking into the matter...

  4. Daily SearchCast, March 31, 2006: Google To Sell More Stock; Who Cares If Google's A Portal?; Google Health Coming To Check You Out; WSJ's Mossberg Loves Ask; Ballmer To Kids On Google: Just Say No

    Department Subpoenas Data From 34 Others Companies Today's search podcast covers Google buying a chunk of AOL; Google selling a chunk of itself to raise more money; Google selling chunks of its maps to advertisers; Google Health perhaps coming to...

  5. Justice Department Subpoenas Data From 34 Others Companies

    Google, Yahoo, MSN and AOL are not the only ones subpoenaed to give over their data to the government. InformationWeek reports 34 other companies were also asked to hand over the goods. The list includes Internet service providers, search companies...

  6. How The US Department of Justice May Analyze Search Data & Freedom Of Information Act Request For Disclosure

    I'm also wondering if there were any non-legal requests made to the search engines before the subpoenas? We've covered previously his demand that the Department Of Justice hand over more information about the subpoenas that were served.

  7. U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy Asks Attorney General for More Info On Web Search Subpeonas

    Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales, asking for more information about the subpoenas for search records from Google, Yahoo, MSN, and AOL. Patrick Leahy of Vermont asked the department to outline the type of information it has requested, its reasons...

  8. Full Text Reports from the Congressional Research Service on Internet Privacy, Net Technology, and Protecting Children from "Unsuitable Material"

    To do the assessment, no subpoenas were required. If you're interested in researching and learning more about U.S. Federal legislation (and related issues) dealing with Internet privacy, Internet technology, and the protection of children from...

  9. Court Documents & Summary Of United States Versus Google Over Search Data

    In preparation of the case, subpoenas were issued to Google and "other entities" that operate search engines to produce two sets materials. Earlier we reported in Bush Administration Demands Search Data; Google Says No, Yahoo

  10. Are You Wanted by the Recording Industry?

    We hope that EFF's subpoena database will give people some peace of mind and the information they need to challenge these subpoenas and protect their privacy. It has created a Subpoena Database that lets you check the user names and IP addresses...