After Subpoenas, Internet Searches Give Some Pause from the New York Times is a nice, reflective piece on how people might be thinking more about how the searches they are doing might be perceived by others, in the wake of last week's US Department Of Justice demands for search data from Google. Also be sure to see the poll Gary blogged on earlier, where many people assume their searches are private and a good chunk want them to stay that way, though they are more willing to share in particular circumstances or in response to subpoenas.
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