These Countries Are the Most Eager for Google's User Data
Google released its latest Transparency Report this week, in which the company discloses how many user data requests it received from law enforcement agencies around the world. U.S. government agencies are by far the most eager for Google's user data. In 2013, they filed 21,492 requests with Google, 83% of which the search giant at least partially complied with.
- GoogleGoogle Ads Are Getting Cheaper
This chart shows the year-over-year change of the average cost per click on Google ads.
- AndroidAndroid Wear Smartwatches Work With Less Than 25% of Android Devices
This chart shows active devices running Android by version and smartwatch compatibility.
- WomenTech World Remains Male-Dominated
This chart shows a gender breakdown of selected tech companies' global workforce.
- Brand ValueGoogle Dethrones Apple as Most Valuable Brand
This chart shows the estimated brand value of the world's most valuable brands in 2014.
- TwitterTwitter Suffers Sell-Off as Lock-Up Expires
This chart shows how selected public Internet companies have fared on the first day early investors and employees could sell their stock after the companies' respective IPOs.
- Google's revenue from 1st quarter 2008 to 2nd quarter 2014 (in million U.S. dollars)
Google's revenue as of 2nd quarter 2014
- Google's global revenue from 2002 to 2013 (in billion U.S. dollars)
Global revenue of Google from 2002 to 2013
- Most popular GooglePlus users as of September 2013, ranked by number of followers (in millions)
Most popular GooglePlus users as of September 2013
- Attitude toward government internet regulation in Great Britain 2013, by demographicAttitude toward government internet regulation in Great Britain 2013, by demographic
- Data requests from Google by federal agencies and governments H2 2013Data requests from Google by federal agencies and governments H2 2013
- Facebook: user data requests from federal agencies and governments H2 2013Facebook: user data requests from federal agencies and governments H2 2013
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