Google claims that requests for user information from governments around the world are up 120 percent since 2009. Google goes on to say that requests come in the form of a warrant from a government agency in the US. So, to explain how Google handles such a process, they produced a YouTube video.
In a board game theme, Google explains how they protects users’ information from excessive requests, while at the same time following the law. In the witty video they explain what happens when the government requests user information from the technical company to help with a criminal investigation. The search warrant goes through various departments and preliminary procedures, proving how well Google protects user data.
Check out the nitty-gritties of the whole process in a light-hearted style. You’ll surely have a laugh while learning how trustworthy Google can be. Have a look at the video below: