According to Facebook(s fb), police and other agencies in the US asked for user data on more than 11,000 occasions during the first half of 2013, a number that included more than 20,000 individual Facebook users.
The numbers come by way of the social network's first Transparency Report, a document that also lists figures for other countries around the world, though U.S.
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