This intrusion thing is a slippery slope. Enough already. Don't we have enough problems to work on? Spend the time fixing things in Iraq and with the deficit, and the hundred other things that are going wrong.
How does this type of thing make anyone more secure? It's a bunch of BS. I hope Google prevails. I'd side with the libertarian leaners on this issue.
posted on 01/18/2006 9:57:57 PM PST
But it's for the children.
posted on 01/18/2006 9:59:08 PM PST
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As much as I disagree with the politics of the founders of Google, this is pretty scary. The search records could be used for any type of snooping. I hope Google stands firm, and I hope the courts do, too.
posted on 01/18/2006 10:07:07 PM PST
by Richard Kimball
(Look, Daddy! Teacher says every time a Kennedy talks, a Republican gets a house seat!)
Google's response should be "If the Govt asked us nicely , maybe we could have thought about it. But now, they can F*** Off! ".
Besides, it the Feds want data about searches for porn, they can just pull up the old White House files -- surely Clinton didn't manage to erase everything....
posted on 01/19/2006 7:53:28 AM PST
(A desire not to butt into other people's business is eighty percent of all human wisdom)
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