IDK which is worse: that the MPAA "convinced" the attorny generals to issue Google an overly broad subpoena that would require Google to reveal a high quantity of infomation about Google users, or that the MPAA seems to actually be upset at Google challenging (and eventually defeating) said subpoena in court.
Either way, who the he[ck] are they to call Google "Goliath", when they are the ones attempting to conqueror the internet. That's like Darth Vader accusing Han Solo of evil. Solo wasn't a perfect man, heaven only knows what kinds of materials he's smuggled over the years. And yet, Han still looks like a hero next to Vader.
I do hope Google realizes what should be obvious: they can't hand over user data to the MPAA if they don't collect data. The less they can collect, the better. Of course, I realize that with services like Google Drive, GMail, and YouTube, Google has little choice but to save some user data on it's servers (specifically, files, comminications, and videos), else these services simply won't function.