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Yahoo Gave Search Data To Bush Administration Lawyers

Two of at least three major search engines subpoenaed by the Bush administration acknowledged Thursday that they handed over search data in the government’s efforts to revive an anti-porn law that was rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court. Microsoft Corp., which owns MSN, and Yahoo Inc. said they complied with the orders, but insisted no personal information on users was given to government attorneys. The disclosure followed reports that rival search engine Google Inc. had refused to comply with a similar subpoena, issued last year. Full Story

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