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COPA request, page 1Federal prosecutors defending the Child Online Protection Act, a controversial Internet pornography law, are demanding that Google hand over a million search records.
In court documents, the Bush administration asked a federal judge to force Google to comply with a subpoena for the records, which would reveal the search terms of a broad swath of Google's visitors.
In the following pages, you can read the prosecutors' request, which Google is adamantly denying. (Click here for PDF.)
COPA request, page 2
Federal prosecutors' request for Google search records, page 2.
COPA request, page 3
Federal prosecutors' request for Google search records, page 3.