Justice Department Subpoenas Data From 34 Others Companies

Google, Yahoo, MSN and AOL are not the only ones subpoenaed to give over their data to the government. InformationWeek reports 34 other companies were also asked to hand over the goods. The list includes Internet service providers, search companies, and security software firms. And Google, Yahoo, MSN and AOL thought they were special. :)

Here is the full list:
711Net (Mayberry USA), American Family Online, AOL, ATT, Authentium, Bell South, Cable Vision, Charter Communications, Comcast Cable Company, Computer Associates, ContentWatch, Cox Communications, EarthLink, Google, Internet4Families, LookSmart, McAfee, MSN, Qwest, RuleSpace, S4F (Advance Internet Management), SafeBrowse, SBC Communications, Secure Computing Corp., Security Software Systems, SoftForYou, Solid Oak Software, Surf Control, Symantec, Time Warner, Tucows (Mayberry USA), United Online, Verizon, and Yahoo.

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