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Have you read Google's TOS and PP? It says they will divulge any information they deem necessary to comply with any enforceable legal request. **We will share personal information with companies, organizations or individuals outside of Google if we have a good-faith belief that access, use, preservation or disclosure of the information is reasonably ...


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As a former government-contracted web service administrator, my experience is that almost all services follow a mandate to specify a contact person with cognizant ownership of the service itself -- their contact information should appear in the application somewhere, and any substantiable security error will generally result in the type of response you would ...


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We are working in this domain for some time. As you've already mentioned - there's a difference between the technical signature (so the systems/databases can rely the data integrity is ensured) and legal value of data itself, where (according the legal framework) legally can sign only a 'natural' person. Each state effectively 'validates' its own citizens ...



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