Read this before you start believing that Google searches can bring the government knocking on your door. http://t.co/kpfxm5BpuB— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) August 1, 2013
Read this before you start believing that Google searches can bring the government knocking on your door. http://t.co/kpfxm5BpuB
Thanks for the clarification.
I think you meant, "...can't bring the government knocking on your door."Just wanted to clarify because your headline threw me off at first.
How does this make a difference? Misuse of employer resources?
But... Google searches DID bring the government knocking on her door.
Anon 6:01 - the PERTINENT fact is that is was not Fed snoops, but in-house IT that was looking over the shoulder (after the fact). Also, it would appear that Michelle is fibbing, it was hubby who searched both items and in context.
If any of the wife's words can still be trusted:"Six gentleman in casual clothes emerged from the vehicles and spread out as they walked toward the house, two toward the backyard on one side, two on the other side, two toward the front door."This sounds a lot more confrontational to me than "detectives visited the subject's home to ask about the suspicious internet searches" suggests. Police aren't immune from misleading statements, either. PR is important to them.
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