Transparency Report #2

Published on February 7, 2020 by

Our last transparency report was published some time ago – it’s time for an update! This report includes information about content removal requests and government orders since the last transparency report. Results are deduplicated.

We have received 44 content removal requests (note that one report may indicate multiple reasons) and complied with all of them:

  • 3 – Patent, Trademark, Trade Secret, Copyright infringement
  • 39 – Personal data
  • 8 – Spam / Malware / Phishing / Hacking
  • 1 – Child pornography
  • 0 – Expressions of racial, ethnic, religious or gender hatred

We have received 0 court orders.

We have received 1 request from a US government agency. Here is the response from our CEO:

Hi [name redacted],

As per our privacy policy (https://intelx.io/privacy-policy) we do not store user searches.

Kind regards,

Peter Kleissner

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Peter Kleissner, Founder / CEO Intelligence X
Kleissner Investments s.r.o.
Na Strzi 1702/65, 140 00 Prague, Czech Republic

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