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Yahoo compliance guide for law enforcement, 23 Dec 2008

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Released December 5, 2009

This document provides a "menu" of the various types of private customer information—email, chat logs, ip addresses, etc.—that Yahoo is able to provide to requesters. The document is designed for government eyes only.

Forms to order different types of customer information are provided in the appendix.

See also: 8 million reasons for real surveillance oversight.
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