Here’s another Google subpoena case. It looks like I was wrong in my radio sound bite: we didn’t have months before this case came up — we didn’t even have days,
Police blotter: Judge orders Gmail disclosure: The subpoena asks for not only current e-mail but also deleted e-mail: “All documents concerning all Gmail accounts of Baker…for the period from Jan. 1, 2003, to present, including but not limited to all e-mails and messages stored in all mailboxes, folders, in-boxes, sent items and deleted items, and all links to related Web pages contained in such e-mail messages.”
Remember: Google never forgets. And it can all be traced back to you.
[yes, yes, I’m not speaking to the .00001% of you who know how to route things through anonymizing proxies and actually do so on a routine basis, ok?]