Feds to Google: Turn over the goods
The federal government has told Google there's no way it can avoid handing over subpoenaed information about its users' search habits and, in fact, the company has 21 days to get 'er done. The feds want a random sample of a million Web searches to help the administration shore up its reasoning for an antipornography law. It has nothing to do with you, personally. I'm pretty sure.© 2006 CBS Interactive Inc.. All Rights Reserved.
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