Google compliance with subpoena of search records motion [US DOJ]

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Alberto R. Gonzales v. Google, Inc., United States District Court for the Northern District of California, January 18, 2006 [seeking to compel Internet search giant Google to comply with a subpoena issued last summer that the company provide a "multi-stage random sample of one million URLs" and the text of search strings entered into Google databases over a one week period in order that the government can prepare a defense of the constitutionality of the Child Online Protection Act, which has been blocked from enforcement since 1998 as too broad]. Read the full text of the motion to compel [PDF]. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.

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