Saturday, February 18, 2006

Google files its argument against government subpoena

Sabrina Pacifici at beSpacific (beSpacific: Google Responds to DOJ 's Motion to Comply With Data Demand) has posted a link to Google's response to the US Department of Justice's demand for its search data.

The Google Opposion to Motion is actually very interesting reading. Though part of Google's opposition is based on the argument that complying with the government's request would compromise its trade secrets, the document itself provides some interesting insights under the hood at Google and also argues that bare URLs can be very misleading.

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