Web giant says that in the past six months it received more than 1,000 requests from government officials for the removal of content. It complied with more than half of them. by Steven Musil
Google reports it has seen an “alarming” incidence in government requests to censor Internet content in the past six months.
The Web giant said it received more than 1,000 requests from governments around the world to remove items such as YouTube videos and search listings. The company, which said it complied with more than half the requests, released a catalog of those requests as part of its biannual Global Transparency Report.
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