Electronic Frontier Foundation+Tells users about data demands
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Tells users about data demands

Does the company inform users about Law Enforcement Requests?
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20 Known
+ 0 Unknown
= 20 Total results
Companies Values
Yes
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2015
Yes
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
Yes
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
Yes
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
Yes
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
Yes
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
steps in the right direction
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2016
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2016
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
No
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012

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California (United States)
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steps in the right direction
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About

This metric requires a company to make a public promise to let users know when the government comes knocking, unless giving notice is prohibited by law or a court order. This commitment is important because it gives users a chance to defend themselves against government requests. In most situations, a user is in a better position than a company to challenge a government request for personal information, and of course, she has more incentive to do so.