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Tech: Google for feds; \"trusted computing\"
Weekend tech news: The U.S. Justice Department told a federal judge on Thursday that Microsoft still hasn't fully complied with a key provision in its antitrust settlement with the government; MIT's Media Lab debuted a Web site called "Government Information Awareness, a massive Internet clearinghouse of information to help citizens track their leaders as effectively as their leaders track them; Microsoft is pushing a new "trusted computing" concept that it says is needed to protect security and privacy, but critics question whether consumers should trust Microsoft.
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