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Google Inc. has set up a new tool to show where it's facing the most government pressure to censor material and turn over personal information about its users. The country-by-country breakdown released Tuesday on Google's Web site marks the first time that the Internet search leader has provided such a detailed look at the censorship and data requests that it gets from regulators, courts and other government agencies. The figures, for the roughly 100 countries in which it operates, cover the fin.
"Unfortunately, freedom allows sh*theads to get away with stuff. You always know the mark of a coward. A coward stuff. You always know the mark of a coward. A coward hides behind freedom.A brave person stands in front of freedom and defends it for others."-Henry Rollins
Official international criticisms about Google's privacy misdemeanour's...
Letter to Google Inc. Chief Executive Officer The Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Jennifer Stoddart, and the heads of the data protection authorities in France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain and the United Kingdom sent the following letter to the chief executive officer of Google Inc. to express their concerns about privacy issues related to Google Buzz. April 19, 2010
lol, China has a question mark under removed requests, but nothing under Data Requests?