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Gonzales, this week, has also asked a federal judge to order Google, the Internet's leading search engine, to hand over some of its records. The government wants a list of all search requests during an unspecified week, and it seeks one million randomly selected Web addresses from the company's databases. Last summer, Google refused to comply with a White House subpoena, even as competitor Yahoo! complied with a similar subpoena.
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