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Google Gives the US Government Access To Gmail

April 7th, 2010 04:35 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

schliz writes “Google condemns the Chinese Government for censoring its results, and Australia for planning to do the same. Meanwhile, its lawyers and security experts have told employees to “be intentionally vague about whether or not we’ve given access to end-user accounts,” according to engineer James Tarquin, hinting that Google may be sharing its data with the US government. Perhaps Australia’s most hated communications minister Steven Conroy could be right in his criticism of Google’s privacy record after all.”

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