Beware, there is no privacy on the internet.
Yahoo, Microsoft and America Online turned over records to the US government that Google is refusing to relinquish, raising divisions within the nation's biggest search engines over what information should be private.
The legal dispute over whether the federal government can force Google to give up information from its search engine index is a reminder of the vast amount of personal information Internet companies collect on their users -- and the possibility it could reach third parties.The Bush administration on Wednesday asked a federal judge to order Google to turn over a broad range of material from its closely guarded databases.
The trackking by the Federal Trade Commission of the US is more than fraud avoidance and deception en route. It is espionage!
We should now use only Google and not others.
Google has been very liberal in its stand on certain political matters. For example if you have not seen Fahrenheit 11, you can now do so by downloading it free from this site.
Perhaps this is one of the reasons as to why the Feds are not happy with Google.