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Justice Department responds to Google's privacy concerns

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SAN FRANCISCO - Concerns by Google Inc. that the Bush administration's demand to examine millions of its users' Internet search requests would violate privacy rights are unwarranted because the information provided would not identify or be traceable to specific users, according to a declaration filed by the government late Friday.
The American Civil Liberties Union, which is opposing the Bush administration's effort to restore the online child protection law, has already filed papers supporting Google's position.

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Good ol George Wuba, I'd love to meet him in person so I could
This I'm sure will never happen because the government had no reason or warrant to get people's search archives. Especially if it can't be linked to a specific I don't see what the point is?
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