Google expands the information it discloses in its Transparency Reports

Acknowledging the ever-broadening scope of information requests — from both the US and international governments — Google announced it has added new information to its Transparency Report, a periodic document first launched in 2010 to keep the public informed about official data requests. In a blog post released today, Google said it is adding emergency disclosure requests and preservation requests from international governments to the list of items it will now include in the report. Google already covered such information related to the US government. Official agencies typically seek emergency disclosures to save lives in situations like kidnappings or threats of mass violence. Preservation requests seek…

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