See Also: “How to Remove Content from Google Search Results“
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How to Serve a Subpoena on Google Legal Department
In our experience Google will often ignore or resist subpoenas from states other than California. However, there is a cool new Californian rule that allows you to domesticate a subpoena from a different state in California. Read about it here.
Google Legal Department Contact Details:
Full list available here: www.google.com/contact/
Google International Locations: www.google.com/intl/en/about/company/facts/locations/
NON USA CIVIL CASES
In addition to properly serving the documents, you may email Google a courtesy copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Contact Name:||Google Legal Investigations Support|
|Online Service Address:||1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043
|E-mail Address:||Criminal: email@example.com Civil: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Note(s):||For Custodian of Records and Legal Investigations Support call the “Emergency Disclosure Request” department at: 650-253-3425. Leave a message and an agent will call you back.For search warrant requests, please send them to:Email: USLawEnforcement@google.com (preferred by Google) or by
Fax: 650-249-3429.Attention: Custodian of Records
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043At Google’s request, please include the following language in any subpeona: “Please do not disclose/notify the user of the issuance of this subpoena. Disclosure to the user could impede an investigation or obstruct justice.”Additionally, please include the following in your search warrant
“Google shall disclose responsive data, if any, by sending to [LE’s postal address] using the US Postal Service or another courier service, notwithstanding 18 U.S.C. 2252A or similar statute or code.”
|Last Updated:||September, 2013|
NOTE: Demand that Google removes search results from ALL Google country sites:
If you are a citizen of Germany for example, Google may only remove the defamatory search results from google.de. Sometimes they may remove all EU domain extension variations of Google. However, you will find a very large number of European residents do not use EU country Google search pages but use the international “Google.com”. If Google does approve your removal request, you need to make sure that the offending search results do not display in Google.com. If Google tries to argue that “.com” is not a European “Top Level Domain” extension (“TLD”), you need to insist that it is, in fact, an international TLD that is used by many people in your jurisdiction, and should be included in the removal process.
A small history lesson about “.com” domains
.Com IS NOT a USA domain! It is international.
The domain was originally administered by the United States Department of Defense, but is today operated by Verisign, and remains under the ultimate jurisdiction of U.S. law. Notwithstanding, .com domains can be registered by any entity globally, without national or geographic restrictions.
The TLD for the United States is “.us”.
.us is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for the United States. It was established in 1985. Registrants of .us domains must be United States citizens, residents, or organizations, or a foreign entity with a presence in the United States. Most registrants in the U.S. have registered for .com, .net, .org and other gTLDs, instead of .us, but this practice does not change the fact that .com, .net and .org are international TLDs.
REF: See: RFC1591 (1994), RFC819 (1982), RFC822 (1982) and others. [The precursors to TLD’s were: “.arpa”, “.csnet”, “.bitnet”, and “.uucp”]