The Associated Press reports that U.S. District Court Judge James Ware emphasized his empathy with Google, Inc., about a legal showdown with the Bush administration. The administration wants Google to turn over search requests and Web site addresses in order to revive a law intended to shield children from Internet pornography. In spite of this, Ware said he intends to give the U.S. Justice Department a peek into a small portion of the search engine’s database. However, the amount the Justice Department will be able to review will be less than originally requested…