Chevron Subpoenas Google and Others for Private Email Info

""They just basically drag the net through these set of activists...and just basically [say], 'Let's get what we can and see what it turns up,'" says Jennifer Granick, the director of civil liberties at Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society."
"Cybersecurity expert 
Andrew McLaughlin, President Obama’s former deputy chief technology officer, toldMother Jones in an email that the subpoenas were a "massive overreach by Chevron—an attempt to use the litigation discovery process to intimidate environmental activists, journalists, lawyers, and others who are not parties to the lawsuit, and who have done nothing more than exercise their rights to criticize and investigate a powerful corporation.""