3 Responses to Google Doesn’t Want Its Litigation Disclosures Googled

  1. Art Smith says:

    Nothing about this sounds out of the ordinary. A third party subpoenaed to provide confidential information wants to protect against disclosure outside of the lawsuit. To my way of thinking, confidentiality of corporate information in the hands of a third party is not at analogous to what we usually think of as personal information subject to rights of privacy.

  2. WTKJD says:

    @ Art Smith: Spot on. Remember when Google fought to keep private subscriber data out of the hands of the government vis a vis search results. If bloggers are journalists, the ‘irony’ is more yellow journalism than unbiased reporting.

  3. Google wants everything to be private, and then steal your privacy…

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