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  1. Google & NSTIC Leading the March to Digital Totalitarianism?

    It isn't only law enforcement that can subpoena these records. Now we know from the video there are no laws governing the NSTIC and these issues, but even more so it only takes a quick scan of the EFF.org, to see the privacy issues they fight every...

  2. Daily SearchCast, August 15, 2006: AOL Sets Off Search Privacy Crisis; Google Webmaster Central Offers Cool Tools & Support; Yahoo Expands Site Explorer; 1,000 Pizzas For Google & More!

    Today's search podcast covers AOL's release of search records and the ensuing privacy crisis that followed; Google's support for site owners enlarging into Targeting Ads Based On Search Behavior Preferred Domain Tool Launched

  3. Highlights from the SEW Blog: August 10, 2006

    Using the released AOL search records, the New York Times figured out who she was and interviewed her and her searching habits for the story. No more discussing whether anonymous search records might contain enough information to identify people.

  4. 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...

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

    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. Administration Demands Search Records.