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February 27, 2006

DOJ Responds to Google Brief

The Department of Justice filed a response to Google on Friday in the case where the government is seeking search data.  The government responds that Google has not identified the trade secrets Google seeks to protect, and that it is not seeking personally identifiable information.  Philip B. Stark, the academic acting as a consultant for the government said the panned study involves running random samples of queries from the data in Google's search engine and categorizing the results.

PC Pro has the story.

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