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Submission + - U.S. Government Demands For Google User Info Surge (talkingpointsmemo.com)

An anonymous reader writes: US law enforcement requests for user data from Google surged by 29% in the past six months. Google says that the numbers show that the U.S. needs to reform its out-of-date digtial privacy law, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.
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U.S. Government Demands For Google User Info Surge

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