It’s only 10:16 and I have already eaten my breakfast, lunch and remaining chocolate.
Google has just avoided surrendering details of search requests to the US gov:
“We will always be subject to government subpoenas, but the fact that the judge sent a clear message about privacy is reassuring,” Google lawyer Nicole Wong wrote on the company’s Web site Friday night.
“What his ruling means is that neither the government nor anyone else has carte blanche when demanding data from Internet companies.”
More on the Mercury News site.