The British government has been criticized for raising the idea of censoring social media sites in the wake of the recent riots.
Prime Minister David Cameron, with the support of the opposing Labour party, is demanding restrictions on sites that transmit messages pertaining to violence.
Herman Van Rompuy, president of the European Union, Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook Inc. and Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google Inc. arrive for the internet session of the G8 summit on May 26, 2011 in Deauville, France. (Chris Ratcliffe/AFP/Getty Images)
After reporting a week ago that Google+ was already up to 10 million users, someone at the search engine has told Business Insider that Google is shocked — though pleasantly so — by that figure.
Just like us outsiders, he said that doubters inside the company worried their co-workers were about to release yet another Buzz-like dud.
There have been no challenges of any of the warrants on the grounds that they were a violation of a user's Fourth Amendment rights regarding unlawful search and seizure, but that may be because the users, as well as any friends with whom they are linked on Facebook and whose pages might have been examined as part of an investigation, weren't aware of the searches