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Google rejects US government demand to handover search data

Posted on Monday, February 20 2006 @ 21:35:00 CET by


Google today formally rejected the US government's demand to hand over a week's worth of search records.
The rejection was made in court documents Google filed in response to official demands for search data. In the strongly-worded papers Google said the request would violate the privacy of its users and reveal trade secrets to its rivals.

It also added that handing over the data was impractical and would not accomplish what the government wanted.
More info over at BBC.


 



 

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