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PBS NEWSHOUR

Google: We Don't Give Government Acesss To Our Servers

  • Aired: 06/11/2013
  • 05:36
  • Rating: NR
In his first U.S. television interview since the latest news broke of the government's surveillance program, Google's chief legal officer David Drummond told PBS NewsHour senior correspondent Jeffrey Brown on Tuesday that the company has given the U.S. government information on only a "tiny fraction" of its hundreds of millions of users.
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Google denies giving the government wholesale access to it's data.
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