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Wednesday, 8 February 2006, 1:23 PM EST

Google is currently resisting efforts by the U.S. government to acquire its server data. It claims to be doing everything possible to protect user privacy, including coming up with an adorable logo involving bears being jailed for contempt of court. However, there's at least a small chance it'll end up forking over its logs to the government data miners, and a somewhat better chance the government will figure out how to correlate the data to individuals.

At Wired.

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