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Google Argues Against Subpoena

Google Inc. said yesterday in federal court in California that the Justice Department’s demand for data about Web searches could undermine public trust in the privacy of Google’s service and expose its trade secrets. In court documents, Google laid out three legal arguments for refusing to comply with a government subpoena seeking a week’s worth of search queries without any personally identifiable information, as well as a random sample of 1 million Web addresses from its vast databases. Full Story

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