MercuryNews.com 01/20/2006 Google sparks privacy fight: "In its original subpoena, dated in August, the government asked the four companies for ``all URLs that are available to be located through a search query on your company's search engine as of July 31, 2005.'' Also requested were records of ``all queries'' entered between June 1 and July 31. The subpoena said authorities did not want any ``additional information . . . that would identify the person'' who typed in the query. ."
Add this on top of spying on phone calls, and why don't we give them free access to everything? In the name of freedom, of course.