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Google's protecting your porn habit

Google's protecting your porn habit

Google is fiercely resisting a subpoena that demands access to millions of search records, an attempt by federal prosecutors to shore up their case for a federal antiporn law. Civil rights activists fear it's just the first step toward finding out who's conducting porny searches and either arresting them...or sending them ads for riding crops.