Google said it is negotiating with the US government about what details it is able to reveal regarding data requests made by government agencies.
The company said the "sticking point" is whether it can only publish a combined figure for all requests, Reuters reported.
Google said that would be "a step back for users" because it already breaks out criminal requests and National Security Letters, another type of intelligence inquiry.
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Stamp duty is to be abolished for first-time buyers on properties up to £300,000, Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced in his Budget.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his Budget which he believes will help build "a Britain fit for the future".
Stamp duty for all first-time buyer purchases up to £300,000 is to be abolished immediately, Philip Hammond has announced in his Budget.