Google and E-Mail Privacy
This was part of the fourth annual Washington Ideas Forum.*held by The Atlantic, the Aspen Institute, and the Newseum in the Annenberg Theater.
Google’s chief legal officer David Drummond spoke about the privacy of electronic mail. He said that Google and e-mail content and information are stored in order to allow quick usage and searches and people need to understand that that law enforcement can obtain the contents of e-mails through search warrants and subpoenas. The case of General David Petraeus was used as an example. How computer technology was used in the 2012 elections was also discussed. He was interviewed by Katty Kay.
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- Margaret Carlson Columnist Bloomberg News->View
David C. Drummond Senior V.P. & Chief Officer Google->Corporate Development and Legal Affairs
Katty Kay Anchor Washington
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