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Google wins some, loses some

Web search giant escapes a copyright infringement lawsuit, but can't shake the feds in their effort to obtain search queries.

Web search giant escapes a copyright infringement lawsuit, but can't shake the feds in their effort to obtain search queries.

Google wins a court battle

Judge rules in search giant's favor, dismissing copyright infringement lawsuit filed by e-book writer.
March 16, 2006

Police blotter: Judge orders Gmail disclosure

In case over missing assets, judge orders "all e-mails" from a Gmail account, including deleted ones, to be turned over.
March 17, 2006

Judge to help feds against Google

A federal judge says he would grant federal prosecutors at least some of their records requests.
March 14, 2006

Should Google be forced to hand over data?

the buzz Readers weigh in on whether Google should be compelled to turn over search data to the federal government.
March 14, 2006

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Google, feds face off over search records

Google's attempt to fend off Justice Department's request for search records goes before a federal court in San Jose, Calif.
March 14, 2006