While that might be true, Google has resisted DoJ subpoenas for large
amounts of information (and won in court) in the past, so at least
they have a better track record.
On 1/30/07, Curt Sampson <cjs_at_cynic.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Jan 2007, Joe Bowbeer wrote:
> > So far, Google has distinguished itself from Yahoo, MSN, and AOL by
> > refusing to provide search data - though in the end this may be
> > nothing more than good PR ("we tried and they didn't").
> But that's meaningless as far as e-mail goes, of course. It takes only
> a National Security Letter to get all the stored e-mail for any address
> from any ISP, and the letter explicitly forbids them from telling anyone
> that they've given out that information, or even received the letter.
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Received on Tue Jan 30 13:25:07 2007