__/ [ canadafred ] on Wednesday 15 March 2006 02:05 \__
> "flamestar" <agnifire@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Only google protects its costomers. Every other search engine turn over
>> your search records to the government.
> Google has agreed today to hand over 50,000 web addresses.
...of those who sought 'miserable failure' on the Net and thus must be
> I already raged about this two week ago in a discussion here so I'm staying
> out of it this time, if it starts up again. But yes, Google has capitulated
> and is handing over a percentage of the records.
How long before ISP's are forced to do the same? There's the dataretention
act, but no logs have been passed around as far as I know. Yet!