Google says the US government inquires Google for user data more than twice as frequently as any other and is more probable to obtain its own means.
The US completed 4,601 requests, next by Brazil with 1,804 and India with 1,699 over the second half of previous year. The figures relate to the entire Google services, counting YouTube videos, Gmail, Blogger blog posts and search results.
Google says in its transparency statement that it fulfilled with US demands in 94% of cases, compared with 90% of Japan, 88% of Singapore and 81% of Australia.
Matt Braithwaite of the company says, “Our . . . → Read More: User Data, Released to the US Government by Google