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

    During his time with Beckerman chairman Upton came out against legislation like net neutrality and the creation of an Internet tax. The group will be the first lobbying association to combine the forces of Internet companies for the sole purpose of...

  2. Founder Berners-Lee Sees Social Media Corrupting His Intent For The Web

    In his article, "Long Live the Web: A Call for Continued Open Standards and Neutrality", Berners-Lee argues that social networking sites are becoming closed silos with restricted access to user information contrary to the open standards on which...

  3. Bing Social Recommends Twitterers; Paid Search Roundup; Google Transparency Report & More Search News

    Net Neutrality Watchdog Group Uses Google, Facebook Ads To Attack Google - TechCrunch Consumer watchdogs Progressive Change Campaign Committee, have bought ads through Google's own content network and on competitor Facebook, which redirect to an...

  4. Google Social 'Layers', Google Fires Teen Stalker, Facebook/Microsoft Search Deal Rumor & More Search News

    Privacy, accountability, network neutrality, and the 80% of the world that doesn't have access to the World Wide Web his top concerns. Here's a roundup of this morning's other top search headlines and tips from around the Web, sorted by category.

  5. Google, Verizon Outline 7-Point Proposal Towards An Open Web

    In the light of the ongoing debate about web neutrality, Google and Verizon have put together seven points in a proposal to legislators. Reminding the FCC's lost case against Comcast on web neutrality, the proposal also calls for new open policies...

  6. Senator Dorgan Prepares Net Neutrality Bill

    Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND) is planning to introduce a net neutrality bill in January, according to Reuters. President-elect Barack Obama has said he supports net neutrality, though it is not yet clear whether he backs Dorgan's bill.

  7. Top ten stories from SES New York – Day 2

    Nick gives a recap on his New York keynote speech about Microsoft's unsolicited bid for Yahoo, net neutrality, and the implications on human thinking. Paul Miller of ZDNet's The Semantic Web says, “New York-based semantic search company hakia will...