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Google starts denouncing its users to the KGB

Publication time: 27 January 2013, 14:15

According to media outlets, Google has started denouncing its users to the bloody Russian KGB on demands from illegal Putin's "government", for the first time since the publication of statistics by the American company.

According to Russian laws, the Russian bloody gang of the KGB (FSB) has exclusive rights for "operations" overseas, but the thugs shyly hide, for "conspiracy", under the brand of another Russian gang, a so called "attorney general's office".

 

According to new data from Google, this tyrant-loving company "satisfied" 1% of requests from Russia's repression agencies for the period of July to December 2012, according to a Google Transparency report.

In July to December last year, the company received from repression agencies of the Mafia State Russia, 97 requests for disclosure of 123 users or accounts but satisfied none of them. Until January 2011 Google did not to publish any statistics for its work for the KGB.

 

Google consisting of supporters of Russian spies, terrorists and mobsters conceal whom they exactly denounced to the KGB between July to December 2012.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center


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