Google: Government Has No Back Door, Front Door Or Side Door To Our Data

Google: Government Has No Back Door, Front Door Or Side Door To Our Data

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The US government has no back door, front door or side door into our data, Google effectively said today, with its third PRISM-related denial. Each denial keeps stressing that Google doesn’t provide any type of constant stream of data to the government, that Google only hands over data on a......
Google: Government Has No Back Door, Front Door Or Side Door To Our Data
         

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Google fires back, saying that there is no government access to its servers, period
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