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US government ordering Google to provide users’ search data: report

The US federal government is secretly ordering Google and other search engines to track and provide data on anyone who searches certain terms through “keyword warrants,” according to a new report.
17 days ago|Washington, United States

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Government secretly orders Google to track anyone searching certain names, addresses, and phone numbers

The U.S. government is reportedly secretly issuing warrants for Google to provide user data on anyone typing in certain search terms, raising fears that innocent online users could get caught up in serious crime investigations at a greater frequency than previously thought.

18 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Government issuing ‘keyword’ warrants to Google that request info about users searching certain phrases

The United States government has reportedly been issuing secret “keyword warrants” to Google for those who look up certain phrases and names, triggering worry over privacy in addition to concern for innocent internet users, who could unknowingly and erroneously become involved in major criminal investigations.

17 days ago|New York, United States
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Google is giving data to police based on search keywords, court docs show

Court records in an arson case show that Google gave away data on people who searched for a specific address.

1 year ago|New York, United States
Russia Today
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Accidentely unsealed warrant reveals Google served up data on anyone who searched sexual abuse victim’s name

Internet users who search “suspicious” terms, such as the names of crime victims, may find themselves snarled in a massive online dragnet, according to a controversial warrant recently made public by accident.

17 days ago|Russian Federation
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US government orders Google to track people searching specific names: Report

According to reports, the US government has allegedly issued warrants for search giant Google to provide data on people typing specific search terms. A Forbes report said the FBI is issuing "keyword warrants" asking Google to provide data amid fears that innocent users may get caught. Also Read:  Zuckerberg hits out at Facebook whistleblower

17 days ago|Noida, India
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Government secretly orders Google to track anyone searching certain names, addresses, and phone numbers

Close up of an Apple Ipad and on a desk showing the Google search engine. (iStock)Government secretly orders Google to track anyone searching certain names, addresses, and phone numbers Nihal Krishan October 05, 11:10 AMOctober 05, 11:10 AMThe U.S. government is reportedly secretly issuing warrants for Google to provide user data on anyone typing in certain search terms, raising fears that innocent online use…

18 days ago|Washington, United States
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US government ordering Google to provide users’ search data: report

The US federal government is secretly ordering Google and other search engines to track and provide data on anyone who searches certain terms through “keyword warrants,” according to a new report.…

17 days ago|New York, United States
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The Justice Department accidentally unsealed a rare 'keyword warrant' ordering Google to hand over data on anyone who searched a victim's name, report says

The rare 'keyword warrant' ordered Google to identify anyone who searched a kidnapping victim's name, address, or number, Forbes reported.

17 days ago|United States
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Keyword Warrants: Why They Are So Controversial Explained

Investigators and law enforcement agencies in the US are reportedly issuing Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo with 'keyword warrants' that require them to provide the IP addresses and other personally-identifiable information about users who searched for a particular search term, or 'keyword', during a particular period of time. Investigative techniques used by law enforcement agencies have often been a contentious issue among civil right activists a…

17 days ago|Montreal, Canada
The Gateway Pundit
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It Begins: Federal Investigators Are Issuing Warrants for Google to Turn Over Anyone Typing in Certain Search Terms

It begins. The federal government is issuing warrants from compliant Google to turn over anyone typing in certain search terms. But they assure the American public that they can be trusted. Just like the federal government assured Americans they would not abuse the secret FISA courts to spy on innocent Americans! We now know that…

18 days ago|United States
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