UPDATE 6-Japanese airbag maker Takata files for bankruptcy, gets Chinese backing
* Honda says no final agreement on recall liabilities (Adds detail on inflator production, vehicles that remain unrepaired)
April 27 Facebook Inc:
* Government requests for account data increased by 9 percent globally in H2 2016 compared to H1 2016, from 59,229 to 64,279 requests
* Number of content restrictions for violating local law went down by 28 pct globally in h2 2016 compared to h1 2016, from 9,663 to 6,944
* About half of data requests from law enforcement in U.S. in H2 2016 contained non-disclosure order prohibiting co from notifying user Source text (bit.ly/2pmaegw) Further company coverage:
WASHINGTON, June 26 The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to consider whether corporate insiders who blow the whistle on their employers are shielded from retaliation if they only report alleged misconduct internally rather than to the government's Securities and Exchange Commission.