Way of a Warrant

How Google responds to U.S. search warrants, while working hard to protect our users' privacy and security. Learn more about how we handle requests

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+15 1. s1nn0cence commented 10 years ago

Hah, the illusion of security.. What's new?
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+8 2. Oddi commented 10 years ago

Most of these steps are already automated and on certain cases they don't even ask mother google for data.. gov has its own means to get it ;)
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+5 3. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

Google can then use the dolls to ask the child where he was touched while they where taking these "necessary" steps in narrowing the scope.
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+4 4. IDK399 commented 10 years ago

That was funny... You can actually see the spin doctors at work.
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+3 5. WildMonkey commented 10 years ago

Maybe that's why they just intercept all data and store it.
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-1 6. dopsy commented 10 years ago

Fbi interceps an e-mail, they had now arren so they ask for the warren, they also need a withness, so they ask google, when you get the official copy of the e-mail get it signed ang also give me a withness, clear?
And google obeys
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+2 7. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

That's why I used a different IP and a fake name to register google and other services.
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+2 8. Qiler commented 10 years ago

In a lot of cases google just hands over the data without getting a warrant for it.
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0 9. therob42 commented 10 years ago

Why is there a cow here?
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+1 10. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

Good for you #7 Now there's no way they're gonna find that heroine you got from Afghanistan.
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+1 11. Tarc commented 10 years ago

#5 nice one - feels like this "ad" backfired (to those who interpret it the way you do) - Google wanted to portray this procedure as something really complex and long; creating the image of security and care... Whereas you're right in that those in power can have their own "slide" down through a backdoor