Pinterest Shares Transparency Report for First 6 Months of 2020

The platform received 919 content removal requests from government agencies in 6 countries

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Pinterest released its Transparency Report for the first half of 2020 last week.

The platform received 46 legal requests from law enforcement and government agencies in the U.S. for user information, covering 55 accounts, and it produced information in response to all of them, with five account holders being notified.

Internationally, it received one request in Canada, covering one account, and supplied some information.

Pinterest said it received between zero and 249 national security letters and orders issued under the Foreign



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