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Google-subpoena meets Google-China: Who has access?

Google-subpoena meets Google-China: Who has access?
Google-subpoena meets Google-China: Who has access?



Previous Politech message:
http://www.politechbot.com/2006/01/23/alberto-gonzales-v/ 

The flap over British Columbia trying to restrict outsourcing of data 
processing to the U.S. on Patriot Act concerns seems relevant here:
http://www.oba.org/en/pri/apr05/Outsourcing.aspx 
http://www.dww.com/articles/bcpatriot_amendments.htm 

Any other suggestions?

-Declan

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [Politech] Alberto Gonzales v. Google: the subpoena [priv]
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2006 09:08:50 -0500
From: C Simpson  
To: Declan McCullagh  



Hello Declan --

     What is the policy of the search engine companies concerning compliance
     with subpoenas (called by whatever name) from governments other than
     that of the United States? For example, if Google service to Mexico is
     physcally located in the US, will Google comply with an order from a
     Mexican court for records gathered in Mexico? What if part of the
     service infrastructure (record gathering and storage infrastructure) is
     physically within Mexican jurisdiction? The Chinese case may be
     particularly interesting in this regard....

Chris Simpson
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