I quote Daniel from Key Words, a libertarian homeschooling blog:
It's pretty common knowledge by now that the Department of Justice is trying to get a list of what people are using as search terms from Google . . . I figure this is actually an opportunity to send a message to the DOJ.
I propose getting as many people to send a search term to Google as possible. I thought of a few, but I'm more than willing to consider others! Here's what I came up with so far:
"DOJ: Ever hear of the Fourth Amendment?"
"STOP INVADING MY PRIVACY!"
"Alberto R. Gonzales can Kiss My @$$"
"How Many DOJ Employees Does It Take to Change A Light Bulb?"
I think this is a great idea. In Daniel's comments section I voted for the first search term, the one about the Fourth Amendment.
I hope this idea gets as much airplay as the last thing I linked to from Key Words.