Judge plans to side with U.S. in Google subpoena

03/15/2006 | NYTimes.com · USA Today

U.S. District Judge James Ware indicated he intended to enforce a Justice Department subpoena for Google search records, although that request has been scaled back to a list of 5,000 search queries and 50,000 URLs indexed by Google. A Justice Department lawyer told the court that the agency would only examine one-fifth of the information supplied by Google. Microsoft, AOL and Yahoo! have already complied with similar subpoenas, which, according to the Justice Department, are only intended to test the efficacy of child-friendly search filters.

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