Google Takes a Stand for Gmail Users; Refuses Police Access Without a Warrant

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    It's certainly a fine line that Google must walk with governments around the world when it comes to the various laws and restrictions they must follow. With some notable exceptions, for the most part, Google does its best to protect its users' privacy and maintain a stance of fairness. Today we have one excellent example of Google taking a stand for its customers, specifically its Gmail users. Google is now solidifying their stance on warrantless searches of a customer's Gmail account, and putting their foot down against police requests without a warrant. Here's a quote with some additional detail,

    It's comforting to see that Google takes things like this so seriously. We can't say they have a perfect rack record, but at least they strive for integrity.

    Source: Ars Technica
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