Privacy Doctrine Hall of Fame

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Privacy Doctrine Hall of Fame
Company Name Requires warrant for user content Requires warrant for prospective location Issues Annual Transparency Report Issues Public Law Enforcement Guidelines Tells users about government requests for data Defends privacy in Congress
Lyft Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Uber Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

EFF Who has your back? 2016