Google Asks N.S.A. to Investigate Cyberattacks – NYTimes.com

Google Asks N.S.A. to Investigate Cyberattacks – NYTimes.com:

“By turning to the N.S.A., which has no statutory authority to investigate domestic criminal acts, instead of the Department of Homeland Security, which does have such authority, Google is clearly seeking to avoid having its search engine, e-mail and other Web services regulated as part of the nation’s ‘critical infrastructure.’”

(Via NY Times.)

I think anti-trust litigation is closer to their minds.

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