Americans Tell DOJ to Keep Hands Off Search Data




A new study by the Center for Survey Research at the University of Connecticut suiggest 65% of Americans oppose government monitoring of search behavior with 50% saying search engines should not turn over any information to the government.

That means either half the country is simply against “big-brother” snooping, or they’re well aware of what they’ve been searching for in the past. ;-)

Thanks to Cindy!