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Yahoo criticised by Alibaba for 'reckless'  Yahoo's partner in China has called the internet giant 'reckless' for supporting Google in its stand-off with Beijing over alleged cyber-att... Google does about-face on China policy  Google Inc. said it may turn its back on the huge Chinese market after a attack on the e-mail accounts of human rights advocates in the Asian... Google to end China censorship  Google may pull out of the country completely after discovering that hackers had tricked human-rights activists into exposing e-mail accounts City to Pay $97,500 In Brutality Case  The City Council is expected to formally approve a payment to settle a police brutality claim by a San Jose business owner and his nephew China blasts Google in porn crackdown Yahoo, Jailed Journalists Settle Lawsuit House committee chair lambasts Yahoo
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Google detects Iran phishing attacks Google demands right to transparency from the Feds  The company’s chief legal counsel is noting that the leaks about federal surveillance programs had caused damage to the company’s trust with... Google slammed for latest privacy breach Google $11.5m grant to fight slavery  Google Inc. announced that it's providing $11.5 million in grants to 10 organizations working to end modern-day slavery and human traffickin... Google denies 'cooking' searches  Executive chairman Eric Schmidt has denied that the company fixes its search results to promote its own websites and services Cisco accused of tracking Falun Gong Apple slammed over iPhone, iPad tracking  Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers about why iPhones and iPads are secretly collecting location data on users Google: China blocking its email services Missing Google exec to be released  Wael Ghonim, a Google executive who has been missing for more than a week following his purported arrest in Cairo, is to be released Monday Concern mounts for missing executive  Wael Ghonim has been named the symbolic spokesman of the youth uprising in Egypt. He disappeared when he joined the initial protests Egyptians' voices turned into tweets Activists pressure Google on net neutrality  A protest organized by MoveOn.org, Free Press drew about 70 activists to the online giant's Mountain View headquarters Google reveals government data requests  For the first time Google has released details about how often countries around the world ask it to hand over user data or to censor informa... Google stops censoring search in China
As internment milestone observed, familiar feelings evoked Government requests for Google data soar Gmail users seek $100 a day for privacy invasion Tech firms seek US surveillance reform Apple reveals government data requests Google outrage at 'NSA hacking'   Google has expressed outrage following a report that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has hacked its data links Apple axes China anti-firewall app NSA Prism response heats up with Google petition, Yahoo disclosure  Yahoo discloses user-data requests as Prism revelations continue to ripple through Silicon Valley Apple discloses US data requests


year 2017 Top ^

Feb.19   San Jose Downtown


year 2014 Top ^

Mar.28   Google
Feb.27   Google


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.9   Google
Nov.5   Apple
Oct.30   Google
Oct.3   Apple
Jun.18   Yahoo
Jun.17   Apple
  Apple is the latest tech firm to publish details of data requests from the US authorities
Jun.12   Google
Jun.11   Google


year 2012 Top ^

Feb.17   Google


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.14   Google
Sep.21   Google
May.23   Cisco
Apr.21   Apple
Mar.20   Google
Feb.6   Google
Feb.5   Google
Feb.1   Google


year 2010 Top ^

Aug.14   Google
Apr.20   Google
Mar.22   Google
  Google has stopped censoring its search results in China, ignoring warnings by the country's authorities
Jan.16   Yahoo
Jan.13   Google
Jan.12   Google


year 2009 Top ^

Nov.30   San Jose City Hall
Jan.5   Google


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.13   Yahoo
Nov.5   Yahoo
  Tom Lantos angrily rejected explanation for why Yahoo provided incomplete info to Congress about its role in the arrest of a Chinese journalist
Oct.16   Yahoo Lawmaker: Yahoo knew China's intent  Rep. Tom Lantos: Yahoo misled Congress regarding information the Internet company gave to Chinese authorities about the journalist Shi Tao May.30   San Jose Firm Sued Over CIA Torture Flights  Jeppesen International Trip Planning will be sued by the American Civil Liberties Union Wednesday on behalf of 3 alleged victims Apr.19   Yahoo Imprisoned Chinese Dissident Sues Yahoo Apr.10   Google Google Earth maps out Darfur atrocities  U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has teamed up with Google's mapping service to map out the carnage in the region

year 2006 Top ^

Mar.17   Google Google Need Not Turn Over Records
  A federal judge ordered Google to give the Bush administration a peek inside its search engine Mar.14   Google Judge Siding With Feds Over Subpoena
Jan.24   Google Google censors itself for China
  Leading internet search company has agreed to censor some of its services to satisfy Beijing's restrictions
Jan.19   Google Feds Seek Records in Porn Probe
  The Bush administration has subpoenaed Google for details on what its users have been looking for


Main Event: Apple discloses US data requests
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B. 2017-02-19 As internment milestone observed, familiar feelings evoked Japantown, San Jose Downtown
C. 2014-03-28 Government requests for Google data soar Google
D. 2014-02-27 Gmail users seek $100 a day for privacy invasion Google
E. 2013-12-09 Tech firms seek US surveillance reform Google
F. 2013-11-05 Apple reveals government data requests Apple
G. 2013-10-30 Google outrage at 'NSA hacking' Google
H. 2013-10-03 Apple axes China anti-firewall app Apple
I. 2013-06-18 NSA Prism response heats up with Google petition, Yahoo disclosure Yahoo
2013-06-17 Apple discloses US data requests Apple


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