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Google given extra time to fight subpoena

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Google's attempt to fend off the US government's request forms of search terms will move to a federal court in San Jose, California, on 13 March.

US District Judge James Ware on Thursday delayed the hearing, originally scheduled for 27 February, for an extra two weeks without giving an explanation.

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