Electronic Frontier Foundation+Transparency regarding Government Requests
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Transparency regarding Government Requests

Is the company transparent about when and how often it hands data to the government?
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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
steps in the right direction
Yes, No, steps in the right direction
2012
steps in the right direction
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
2015
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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Electronic Frontier Foundation asks companies to do two things in order to earn a gold star in the transparency category: provide reports on how often they provide data to the government and publish their law enforcement guidelines. Users make decisions every day about which companies they will entrust with their data. It's vital that companies are forthcoming about how often and through what process they hand user data to the government.