[funsec] AOL: 'We Did Not Comply With All of the DOJ's Search Data
fergdawg at netzero.net
Fri Jan 20 19:39:31 CST 2006
In for a penny....
It's the simple fact of rolling over for __insert_your_hell_here___
that gets under my skin, and then spinning it.
Had it not been for Google refusing the DoJ, we'd have never known
that AOL "just" turned over a little bit.
-- "Larry Seltzer" <larry at larryseltzer.com> wrote:
>>>>"We did receive a subpoena from the DOJ last fall,
>>>>but we did not comply with the requests made in
>>>>that subpoena. Instead, we gave them a list of
>>>>aggregate and anonymous search terms that did not
>>>>include any results nor any personally-identifiable
>>As my father always told me,"In for a penny, in for a pound."
I don't have a problem with them providing aggregate data. Nobody's privacy
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Contributing Editor, PC Magazine
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