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Google Inc.'s hiring of a former Justice Department official as its senior privacy lawyer has prompted a lawsuit by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which wants to know more about her selection.


"Google has an unprecedented ability to collect and retain very personal information about millions of Americans, and the DOJ and other law enforcement agencies have developed a huge appetite for that information," foundation Senior Counsel David Sobel said in a statement.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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