Facebook Transparency Report: Egypt Requested Data of 11 Users Qatar 3 and “Israel” 132

2 Sep, 2013

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Facebook released its first-ever transparency report on Tuesday, detailing the number of times governments around the world asked for information on its users and how many times the facebook turned over the data requested.

The report reveals that Egypt have asked for the data of 11 users but those request were denied by facebook.
Qatar has requested data of 3 users and those request were also not met by facebook. Terrorist state “Israel” has requested the data 132 users and 50% of those request were met. There is no other mention of Arab countries in the report but there is Pakistan, Malaysia and Turkey from the Islamic world.
In Pakistan the government requested the data of 47 users and 77 % were meet by facebook as for Turkey 170 user data were requested and 47 % of them were met. While Malaysia data of 197 users and all request were denied by facebook.
The top request came from the terrorist government of the United States of America with 20,000 – 21,000 requests and 79% of them were met by facebook.

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