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Uproar Grows Over US Demand for Google Search Records

Following Thursday’s revelation that the Bush Administration has ordered search-engine providers to turn over usage records, citizen rights advocates and attorneys have voiced alarm over what many say is an unprecedented invasion of privacy. The administration has said it needs to survey this data in order to build a case against exposing children to pornography on the Web. “That information — what a person searches for on the Internet is not like knowing what brand of toothpaste he uses,” said Thomas R. Burke, an attorney with Davis Wright Tremaine’s Privacy and Security Group in San Francisco. “It is far, far more intimate,” he told TechNewsWorld. Full Story

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