Google and the government



I was just wondering about something regarding the whole Google and
Bush administration issue. Is there a way for the government to track
what people are searching for without going through Google records.
Something similar to the way that China's government controls for
example? One would assume that this would be the next step in trying to
"protect" us...or since I am the paranoid type am wondering if
something like this could already be in effect.

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