Google Sells Your Data To Government Agencies for $45 to $245

Google is reportedly encountering an increasing number of government agency requests for user information. In response, the tech giant has put a price tag on complying with legal requests for data like emails, location tracking information and search queries, according to a Friday report from The New York Times. Starting this month, Google will reportedly charge $45 for a subpoena, $60 for a wiretap and $245 for a search warrant. The information was detailed in a notice sent to....

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