Because it’s January, companies have been dropping their latest clarity reports detailing supervision information requests from a second half of 2014 — we saw Dropbox’s progressing this morning, for example. Reddit, being a massively renouned website that it is, is no doubt strike with information requests, though as a first-ever Transparency Report shows, they’re comparatively few and distant between. Despite carrying 174 million or so unchanging visitors, a site was a target of usually 55 user information requests in 2014.
The series is unequivocally low, and looks even smaller in light of a fact it spans a whole year, not only half of it as is common with clarity reports. Of those 55 requests, 53-percent of them were US subpoenas, 8 of them were US warrants, 7 were puncture requests from a US, 6 were US polite subpoenas, and 5 were general requests.
Of those, Reddit says it supposing user information on 58-percent of all a polite and supervision requests, as good as 64-percent of a US sovereign and state requests. Further violation a information down, 30-percent of a requests that were polite or came from a US fed/states blocked Reddit from vouchsafing a user know about a request. Two of a polite subpoenas resulted in a plea from Reddit, as they wanted info on “more than a dozen unknown users”.
Unless a justice sequence blocks Reddit from doing so, a association notifies influenced users of any information requests that arrive. Says Reddit, “Many supervision requests we accept enclose final to secrete notice from users that lift no authorised weight”, and it disregards them.
SOURCE: Reddit Blog