A quick look at the latest statistics shows that there were 34,001 user data requests in 2011 (15,744 in the first half and 18,257 in the second half) compared to 42,327 in 2012 (20,938 in the first half and 21,389 in the second half). This constitutes a growth of 24.49 percent year-over-year, which you can see in the graph below (the good news is in the second graph; data is being produced less and less, as a percentage anyway): (via US government requests for Google users’ private data jumped over 33% between 2011 and 2012 - The Next Web)

A quick look at the latest statistics shows that there were 34,001 user data requests in 2011 (15,744 in the first half and 18,257 in the second half) compared to 42,327 in 2012 (20,938 in the first half and 21,389 in the second half). This constitutes a growth of 24.49 percent year-over-year, which you can see in the graph below (the good news is in the second graph; data is being produced less and less, as a percentage anyway): (via US government requests for Google users’ private data jumped over 33% between 2011 and 2012 - The Next Web)

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