The Bush administration on Wednesday asked a federal judge to order Google to turn over a broad range of material from its closely guarded databases.
The move is part of a government effort to revive an Internet child protection law struck down two years ago by the U.S. Supreme Court. The law was meant to punish online pornography sites that make their content accessible to minors. The government contends it needs the Google data to determine how often pornography shows up in online searches.
It looks like Google is fighting it, which is good. It just doesn't seem to me like this is the best way for the Justice Dept. to go.
"Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us who do."
I've been using IE7 for a bit now, and do think it's an improvement. Some nice new options, and better security features for sure. Just downloaded that new Office 2007 beta as well and I'm really digging it.