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The Great Firewall of China According to Sergey Brin

In order to be a part of the Chinese search market, Google will need to censor certain results from the eyes of the searchers. This is according to Google co-founder, Sergey Brin. At the World Economic Forum in DAVOS, Switzerland, Brin said that Google has had a change of heart …

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Google versus the U. S. Attorney General

U. S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has sent a subpoena to Google to compel Google to turn over data in the form of search queries conducted on the Google search engine. So far, Yahoo and MSN have complied with their own separate subpoenas, but Google has refused. The U. S. …

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On the Lookout For Next Google PR Update

Well, it’s the beginning of the new year and the beginning of the next quarter. So, this typically means that a Google PR update is imminent. By all accounts, right now, though, all looks quite on the Google-front. On a separate note, it appears that the Big Daddy update at …

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