Friday, March 17, 2006

What Google Knows About Its Users

Hi everyone! Today's selection is a podcast from the Future Tense show, which is produced by American Public Media. In this podcast, Jon Gordon speaks with Lauren Gelman, Associate Director of the Stanford University Center for Internet and Society, about what Google actually knows about its users. This podcast was posted to the web on 14 March 2006 at:

The show notes included:

"Google and the Bush administration were set to square off in court today over the government's request for data on Americans who use the Google search engine. The hearing marks the first time the Justice Department and Google have sparred in court since the government subpoenaed the company last summer in an effort to obtain a long list of search requests and Web site addresses. Google has refused to cooperate, maintaining that the government's demand threatens its users' privacy as well as its own closely guarded trade secrets."

I hope you enjoy this podcast!

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APM's Future Tense Podcast

Future Tense is a daily program that chronicles the social impact of computers, the Internet, and technology in general. Future Tense is produced by American Public Media.



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