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  1. Google, Facebook & Amazon Quietly Forming Tech Lobbying Group?

    Former congressional policy adviser Michael Beckerman will lead the group. Facebook has also long fought against government censorship. Google's co-founder Sergey Brin in April applauded the social networking site for its refusal to give in to...

  2. Homeland Security Wants Internet Kill Switch

    Wired pointed out that despite assurances in a congressional white paper that the "proposal prohibits the government from targeting websites for censorship "based solely on activities protected by the First Amendment of the United States...

  3. Daily SearchCast, June 7, 2006: Google Rethinking Chinese Censorship? Rock, Paper, Scissors, US Senator, Google Guy; What People Search For At The CIA Web Site & More!

    Finds from the Washington Post covers how being super-powerful in search doesn't equal getting congressional members to drop everything for your visit. Today's search podcast covers Google reconsidering Chinese censorship; who's more powerful, a...

  4. Brin Suggests Google Might Reverse Chinese Censorship In The Short Term; Meanwhile, China Ramps Up Google.com Blocks

    Elliot Schrage explained to a US Congressional committee how in 2002, Google refused to compromise its principles: It's perfectly reasonable to do something different, to say, 'Look, we're going to stand by the principle against censorship and we...

  5. Daily SearchCast, Feb. 21, 2006: Ask Bids Adieu To Jeeves; Google Has New China Woes; Google Confirms Traffic-Power Ban; Murder Evidence Found In Search History; Prizes For Searching At MSN & More!

    Statements To US Congressional Hearing On Chinese Internet Censorship Yahoo Asks for Help in Chinese Censorship Battle Today's search podcast covers Ask divorcing Jeeves; Google's secret beta test program for friends and family; new issues for...

  6. Statements To US Congressional Hearing On Chinese Internet Censorship

    Gary Price has an excellent listing of prepared statements of testimony before United States House of Representatives from yesterday. We even have Google blogging on its own Testimony. Some of the many statements in Gary's post include; Mr.

  7. Daily SearchCast, Feb. 2, 2006: US Congress Gets Statements, Not Search Reps On China; Google Bigdaddy Search Infrastructure Rolling Out & More!

    Google, Microsoft and Yahoo Provides Statements to Congressional Caucus Today's search podcast covers search engines skipping a US Congress briefing on China censorship issues (but they'll make the hearing later this month); Dell leaves not-for...

  8. Daily SearchCast, Feb. 1, 2006: Google's Profitable Earnings Still Disappoint; Hey, You Got Google Ads Into My Newspaper (And TV, Radio...); Google Wants Your PSP; Yahoo Offering SuperBowl Ads & More!

    Google, Microsoft Say No To US Congressional Briefing On Chinese Censorship Yahoo and more! Tune-in by listening to this MP3 file, listening via WebmasterRadio at 11:30am Eastern and repeated at 2pm Eastern Tuesday through Friday, via our

  9. Google, Microsoft and Yahoo Provide Statements to Congressional Caucus Regarding China Related Issues

    Danny blogged yesterday that Google and Microsoft were not going to send representatives to appear at a US Congressional Human Rights Caucus briefing taking place today in D.C.where human rights and the Internet in China will be discussed.