February 19, 2006
Google Argues Against DOJ Subpoena
Google is arguing the DOJ's demand for data about searches would undermine public trust in the privacy of Google's service and expose its trade secrets to competitors. Undermining the public's trust is certainly the case but undermining such trust in China apparently doesn't bother Google one iota. See Google Argues Against Subpoena (Washington Post, Feb. 19, 2006)
Tech Law Prof Blog has more in Google Files Brief in Search Data Case (Feb. 17, 2006).
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