Google asks law enforcement, other agencies to pay for data search warrant

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Facing an increasing number of requests for its users’ information, Google began charging law enforcement and other government agencies this month for legal demands seeking data such as emails, location tracking information and search queries. Google’s fees range from $45 for a subpoena and $60 for a wiretap to $245 for a search warrant, according to a notice sent to law enforcement officials and reviewed by The New York Times.

The notice also included fees for other legal requests. A spokesman for Google said the.

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