Judge lets Google preserve some privacy
A federal judge on Friday ordered Google Inc. to give the Bush administration a peek inside its search engine, but rebuffed the government’s demand for a list of people’s search requests — potentially sensitive information that the company had fought to protect.
In his 21-page ruling, U.S. District Judge James Ware told Google to provide the U.S. Justice Department with the addresses of 50,000 randomly selected Web sites indexed by its search engine by April 3. Judge lets Google preserve some privacy - Tech News & Reviews - MSNBC.com
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