Google files lawsuit against Mississippi

Google on Friday filed a lawsuit trying to block a probe by Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, accusing him of violating federal law in a campaign against the search giant.
The lawsuit, filed in Mississippi district court, seeks to stop a 79-page subpoena by Hood's office. In its suit, Google said Hood was attempting to hold it accountable for information like search results, though he specifically asked about advertisers that have tried to promote the sale of illegal drugs on Google's sites. Hood, Google says, is violating its rights under the First and Fourth Amendments.
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