DOJ Asks Microsoft, AOL And Google To Keep Records

Last week during meetings with executives, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales asked several Internet companies to retain records for aiding in their prosecution efforts of terrorists and child predators. They requested lists of emails sent and received and web search information be kept for a reasonable length of time. The content of emails aren’t part of this request, since the proper legal channels through which such information can be sought is by subpoena only.

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