Google's Data Liberation Front is an engineering team at Google whose "goal is to make it easier for users to move their data in and out of Google products." The team, which consults with other engineering teams within Google on how to "liberate" Google products, currently supports 27 products. The purpose of the Data Liberation Front is to ensure that data can be migrated from Google once an individual or company stops using their services.
On June 28, 2011, Google's Data Liberation Front engineering team released their first product, after 4 years in development, called Google Takeout, which allowed you to export data from supported services.
Google Takeout has been criticized for failing to include many Google services.
|Google Buzz||June 28, 2011|
|Google Circles and Contacts||June 28, 2011|
|Picasa Web Albums||June 28, 2011|
|Google profile||June 28, 2011|
|Google stream||June 28, 2011|
|+1||July 15, 2011|
|Google Tasks||August 1, 2011||via the Google Tasks Porter (not part of google Takeout)|
|Google Voice||September 6, 2011|
|Gmail Chat logs||September 15, 2011|
|Google Docs||January 24, 2012|
|Youtube||September 26, 2012|
|Google Calendar||December 5, 2013|
|Gmail||December 5, 2013|
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