Petraeus' emails weren't safe: are yours?
If you've turned on your television to catch up on the latest news, it's no doubt that the mainstream media is all over General David Petraeus sex scandal. Even though Petraeus' sex life has gotten the most attention, there are other matters that are more alarming. In the first six months of 2012, Google has received over 20,000 user data requests from the US government in which Google complied with nearly 90 percent of them. So does the government have the right to snoop through personal emails if no crime committed like General Petraeus? RT's Andrew Blake and Adriana Usero give us theie take on user data requests.
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