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  1. Google vs. the World: A Week of Conflicts, Disputes, and Lawsuits

    Several companies may file briefs supporting Rosetta, including including Viacom (which is also gearing up to battle YouTube), Ford Motor Company, Carfax, Blue Destiny Records, The Media Institute, ConvaTec, Guru Denim, Monster Cable, PetMed...

  2. Google CEO Maps Missions, Stays on Message

    AOL Fires CTO & Two Employees After Search Records Slip Up The New York Times found a woman who is now a "poster child" of Internet privacy fears: they called the 62-year-old widow from Georgia and asked her if she was one of those anonymous search...

  3. AOL Fires CTO & Two Employees After Search Records Slip Up

    To be fair, the search records did have personal ids removed. The Wall Street Journal just reported that AOL has fired the Chief Technology Officer, Maureen Govern, and two other employees after releasing search records last week.

  4. EFF Asks FTC To Limit How Long AOL Can Store Search Records

    It's well worth a read, if only to read that the US Department Of Justice is apparently arguing that access to search records might not require a search warrant, as the AOL's release of search records last week and prevent the company from...

  5. Google Desktop Fears Overblown?

    If you use the Search Across Computers feature and don't configure Google Desktop very carefully—and most people won't—Google will have copies of your tax returns, love letters, business records, financial and medical files, and whatever other...

  6. Data Privacy Bill Introduced, Not Well Thought Out

    None of this information was in the search records that were requested by the Department Of Justice from search engines. Yes, some of that information can be linked to search records, if people are personally registered with a search engine.

  7. How The US Department of Justice May Analyze Search Data & Freedom Of Information Act Request For Disclosure

    Please identify the type(s) of information and/or data that the Department requested in its subpoenas for records issued to the Internet companies -- including whether the Department requested, or obtained, any personal identifying information...

  8. U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy Asks Attorney General for More Info On Web Search Subpeonas

    Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales, asking for more information about the subpoenas for search records from Google, Yahoo, MSN, and AOL. Please identify the type(s) of information and/or data that the Department requested in its subpoenas for...

  9. Bush Administration Demands Search Data; Google Says No; AOL, MSN & Yahoo Said Yes

    Administration Demands Search Records. Google search records" covers the Bush administration demanding last year that Google and other search engines turn over aggregate search information to help revive a child protection law.