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  1. Google Forced to Release WikiLeaks Volunteer's Gmail Info

    While a search warrant would require they show probable cause that a crime has been committed, they must only demonstrate that they have “reasonable grounds” to believe the email records could be “relevant and material” to an investigation under...

  2. 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...

  3. The Web's Wild West Days Are Gone

    The newspaper was served a grand jury subpoena from the U.S.attorney's office demanding they turn over all records pertaining to those postings, including full name, date of birth, physical address, gender, ZIP code, password prompts, security...

  4. Not Even a Little Evil

    Every time Google is required to comply with local laws, it is accused of being evil; every time Google stores or analyzes a new piece of information--like mail or health records--it is accused of being invasive and violating users' privacy.

  5. 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...