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Google Under Scrutiny From WikiLeaks for Giving FBI Personal Information

By Chris Crum

January 27, 2015

Google reportedly delayed by two and a half years disclosure to WikiLeaks that it gave emails and other data from three of its staff to the FBI. This occurred after a federal judge issued a warrant.

Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights, who is a lawyer for WikiLeaks, wrote a letter to Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, telling him they are "astonished and disturbed that Google waited over two and a half years to notify its subscribers that a search warrant was issued for their records."

Read the full letter here. [...]

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