Snapchat’s first transparency report shows 403 data requests since November 2014


Following other major social networks and online platforms like Twitter and Dropbox, Snapchat has gone and released its first ever transparency report on government requests for user data. The data only covers a four-month period starting in November, but still provides some insight on how much information different governments are looking for. As usual, the US had by far the most requests: 375 out of 403. Snapchat produced some information for 92% of these requests. Other countries yielded 28 requests, for which information was produced for just 21% of them. The UK, France and Canada had the most of these,…

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