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WASHINGTON (AP) — By providing free consulting and some software, Google Inc. is helping state governments make reams of public records that are now unavailable or hard to find online easily accessible to Web surfers.
The Internet search company hopes to eventually persuade federal agencies to employ the same tools _ an effort that excites advocates of open government but worries some consumer privacy experts.
Originally posted by Low Orbit
What MBF is trying to say is that disinformation is just as effective as true information. And believe it or not MBF the US Intelligence agencies are great at using both types of intelligence.
Are you so naive as to believe that our government still cares about the "innocent people?"
[edit on 30-4-2007 by Low Orbit]
Originally posted by apc
They're public records.
All Google is doing is saving you the time of sitting at a terminal at your local courthouse, city hall, or library.