FBI vs. Google: The Legal Fight to Unlock Phones - WSJ.com: "Google has a history of challenging government requests it views as over-reaching. In 2006, Google fought a subpoena from the Department of Justice that sought all the search queries it had received during a two-month period, and all the URLs that it had indexed at that time. Eventually, a judge ruled Google only had to turn over only 50,000 URLs and no search queries."
Who's defending the Constitution--the government (FBI) or Google? Pretty clear don't you think?
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