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Cops Serve Warrant for Google Search Data On Entire Town Of Edina

A Minnesota judge signed a search warrant for personal information on anyone who googled a person's name in the city of Edina. The hope was that the person's name, a bank fraud victim known only by the first name of Douglas, would help lead police to the person committing the fraud. Tony Webster initially wrote about the incident and posted the search warrant on his blog. Forbes reported that Google initially rejected the request.

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