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Pinterest Publishes Its First Transparency Report: 12 Requests From Government

     
3:05 pm on Mar 10, 2014 (gmt 0)

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I wouldn't have thought that Pinterest would be high up on the list for agencies, compared to, for example, Facebook. These relatively low numbers indicate that.



Every company that stores information — from banks to phone companies to email providers — must respond to requests for that information from folks like law enforcement agencies, courts, and others. We think it’s important that you know about these requests. That’s why we’re publishing our first transparency report, covering the six months from July to December 2013. Pinterest Publishes Its First Transparency Report: 12 Requests From Government [help.pinterest.com]

[edited by: incrediBILL at 5:42 am (utc) on Apr 28, 2014]
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5:43 am on Apr 28, 2014 (gmt 0)

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I updated the URL as the previous one posted did a redirect to the Pinterest help desk where I was able to get the proper url.

[help.pinterest.com...]

I was disappointed that they didn't use pinboards for the transparency report, sheesh.

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