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  1. FCC Passes Net Neutrality Rules, Many Object

    He even signaled the possibility that Republicans may pursue repeal through the Congressional Review Act -- an avenue that allows members to reject agency rules without threat of filibuster, provided they can secure a majority support against net...

  2. Privacy Roundup: Google Street View, French Law, and Congressional Hearings

    Google Deputy General Counsel Nicole Wong also appeared at the hearing. Privacy concerns are ever-present, but the past week has generated significant buzz on the matter. First up, Google has been asked by a the European Article 29 Working Party to...

  3. 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 Today's search podcast covers Ask divorcing Jeeves; Google's secret beta test program for friends and family; new issues for Google in China; Google confirms

  4. 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.

  5. 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...

  6. 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.

  7. Search Marketing's About People and Principles, Not Just Algorithms, Part 1

    This is typically done in an uncritical way, and often implies guilt by association (though we've never heard anyone asked "are you now or have you ever been a member of a link farm" at a Congressional hearing).