Re: 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
Sure. All they'd have to do is "tap" every line into Google.
But just making Google hand over the info is a lot less expensive in both
time and effort.
> 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
The "next" step? they're already doing this. Some people say we should
impeach out President because of it.
> since I am the paranoid type am wondering if something like this could
> already be in effect.
Watch the news. Assume that you will not hear about everything the
government does. ;)
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- Re: OT: This Administration is starting to worry me.
... When you can prduce the legal response to these arguments from Google we'll have more to talk factually about on this issue. ... * The motions requests that Google comply with a subpoena filed by the Attorney General and "produce" for inspection and copying the materials the Government is asking for. ... * First, the subpoena asks Google to produce an electronic file contain, "ll URL's that are available to be located on your companys' search engine as of July 31, 2005. ... * Google says that complying would also force Google to share trade secrets because the total number of queries receives in a day is a trade secret. ...