Google’s ‘transparency report’ doesn’t reveal everything

Google’s Transparency Reports, released every six months, are interesting not just for what they reveal about government requests for Internet user data, but also for what they do not reveal.Transparency reports are basically a biannual compilation of requests Google receives from governments around the world for Internet user data. The reports, which have been generally lauded by privacy experts, are an effort by Google to keep users informed about the data requests and how often it complies with them.
http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9236209/What_Google_s_Transparency_Report_doesn_t_tell_us
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