Google releases latest Transparency Report

A microphone stands in front of a Google logo during a press announcement at Google headquarters in New York, May 21, 2012.

How's this for "don't be evil?"

Every so often, Google releases its Transparency Report, when it tells users which government agencies have asked the search giant to remove content or hand over user data.

This year, the worst offender was India.

Here to talk with us in today's Mid-day Extra is Rebecca Rosen of The Atlantic, who's been following the story. She explained what the data means, why India might not really be the worst offender, and how the U.S. stacks up.

About the author

Jeff Horwich is the interim host of Marketplace Morning Report and a sometime-Marketplace reporter.


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