Google gave Orkut info to Indian Police of Political defamer

Google on Monday revealed that it had complied with Indian legal process when it gave police information about a user of its Orkut social networking site. With the IP (Internet Protocol) address of a person who had allegedly posted vulgar content about Sonia Gandhi, one of India's top political leaders, on Orkut, police in Pune were […]

Google on Monday revealed that it had complied with Indian legal process when it gave police information about a user of its Orkut social networking site. With the IP (Internet Protocol) address of a person who had allegedly posted vulgar content about Sonia Gandhi, one of India's top political leaders, on Orkut, police in Pune were able to arrest an IT professional from Gurgaon near Delhi, called Rahul Krishnakumar Vaid, according to media reports from the Western Indian city.

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