Google Launches Interactive "Transparency Report"

Google has launched a “Transparency Report” that shows which governments have asked for information about users or requested Google to censor or take down content.

The set of interactive tools have been designed to highlight government intervention on the web, showing, for example, when a government blocks access to or removes content on YouTube and how often officials have asked for information from the search and web giant.

It also shows the requests made to Google, demanding access to information on users of services such as Gmail over the past six months.

Read more at TechEye

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