Google's non-compliant stance may also relate to its plan to offer an online data storage service in the future. The G-Drive service, which was accidentally unveiled last week, would allow users to store any and all content in a separate online database. Users could potentially back up their entire computers on G-Drive. If Google loses its case and must submit information to the US government, it could thwart its plans for G-Drive, which is likely to contain more sensitive personal data.
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