We will probably not be making that argument.
More Quotes from Aden Fine:If the government utilizes the information in any manner, we're very likely going to need to do follow-up discovery.
The public should not be afraid of searching for any information, no matter how personal and private it may be.
If they can't get that, it's a good thing for privacy advocacy.
The government's attitude, apparently, is that it's entitled to information without justification. Like everyone else in litigation, they need to justify their request for information.
When people want information about potentially sensitive subject areas, they should be able to search for that freely and anonymously. If the government is conducting fishing expeditions, people are going to be chilled.
Our understanding is that MSN and AOL have complied with the government's request, that Yahoo has provided some information in response, but that information wasn't completely satisfactory according to the government.
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The point I'm trying to make is, I'm really quite neutral. I have not been conditioned.