GoogleGuy - 4:06 pm on Apr 21, 2005 (gmt 0) (Got a couple hours of meetings, but I'll check back later today.)
On the other hand, walkman, Google doesn't know a user's identity in general, and we only see info that you send to Google. ISPs have much more information (including contact info and credit card numbers) than any search engine does. Having worked at Google for several years, I'm proud of the amount of respect we have for our users' privacy. I do think it's important that we don't allow third-party cookies, for example.
(Got a couple hours of meetings, but I'll check back later today.)