Re: Google and the government
Sorry,try the search engine!
>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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