Can Google Protect Consumer Privacy?

Bloomberg, Monday, January 28, 2013 12:34 PM
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Google is organizing an effort to set limits on government access to digital communications. “The company has been talking to advocacy groups and companies about joining a lobbying effort to change the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act,” reports Bloomberg, citing comments from a Google spokesman. Well suited to partake in the privacy debate, Google says it receives some 1,400 requests a month from U.S. authorities for users’ e-mails and documents.

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