The court documents in the case are here (scroll down):
I wrote a FAQ that's up here:
Danny Sullivan has two good posts here:
Though I think he's a bit dismissive of the privacy interests of search
engine users, which are explored in two editorials on Friday:
Perhaps visits to a search engine can be thought of as somewhat akin to
thumbing through a dictionary, or an encyclopedia, or a phone book.
You'd want privacy in those cases, especially when doing financial or
But because the Supreme Court has said you don't have privacy when your
records are held by others, the virtual equivalent of thumbing-through
information is available to curious prosecutors or divorce attorneys.
Thanks a lot, Supremes:
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