Google Demands Warrants from Law Enforcement for User Info

From Wired:
Google demands probable-cause, court-issued warrants to divulge the contents of Gmail and other cloud-stored documents to authorities in the United States — a startling revelation Wednesday that runs counter to federal law that does not always demand warrants.
The development surfaced as Google publicly announced that more than two-thirds of the user data Google forwards to government agencies across the United States is handed over without a probable-cause warrant.
A Google spokesman told Wired that the media giant demands that government agencies — from the locals to the feds — get a probable-cause warrant for content on its e-mail, Google Drive cloud storage and other platforms — despite the Electronic Communications Privacy Act allowing the government to access such customer data without a warrant if it’s stored on Google’s servers for more than 180 days.

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  1. مع العديد من سنوات الخبرة ، ويمكن تخلص من الحشرات بالكامل ، وأقسام أخرى بخلاف مكافحة الآفات ، لا يوجد تخصص مثل القضاء على الطيور أو الحيوانات المفترسة.ارخص شركة مكافحة حشرات

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