Justice Department Weighs In On Google Subpoena

Surprise surprise, the Department of Justice doesn’t think that the Bush administration’s request for search data violates users’ privacy rights.
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4 thoughts on “Justice Department Weighs In On Google Subpoena

  1. Did DoJ say whether they felt it was appropriate to compel Google to act as an uncompensated research arm of the executive branch, seeking to quantify the proportion of the internet which consists of pornography?

  2. Matter of fact, they said that Google could keep up to 60% of the money that customers give them, and that that was pretty good.

  3. Roger,
    I’m curious, do you thinking clicking accept on spyware licenses means that the user’s rights aren’t being violated? Where’s the ‘shocks the concience’ line?

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