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Federal Judge Denies Google’s Request for Restraining Order Against Miss. AG

JACKSON, Miss. – Lawyers from Google will not be getting the restraining order they wanted placed on Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood. A federal judge denied the internet search engine’s request Monday. The company filed papers Friday to block a 79 page subpoena Hood filed in October, which Google representatives referred to to as a “sustained campaign of threats.”

Hood is trying to obtain information about the companies’ advertising operations, since he believes there is probable cause to show that Google is violating Mississippi consumer protection laws.

A court hearing has been scheduled for February 13

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