Google Inc. will place a link on its home page tomorrow protesting anti-piracy measures in the U.S. Congress, joining other Internet companies demonstrating against the Hollywood-backed legislation.
A U.S. trade agency called on to fight Internet piracy under a proposal circulating in Congress may lack the money and staff needed to do the job.
Internet companies led by Google Inc. are using their online clout to stoke opposition to Hollywood-backed anti-piracy measures in the U.S. Congress that they say will encourage censorship and chill innovation.
U.K. lawmakers joined the WWF environmental pressure group in pressing Prime Minister David Cameron to heal a rift in the government that’s holding up proposals to reform the energy market.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Inspector General H. David Kotz is leaving the agency after four years to join a private investigative firm.
Google Inc., the subject of a Federal Trade Commission investigation, is following Microsoft Corp. in ratcheting up its lobbying.
Google Inc., the subject of a Federal Trade Commission investigation, has ratcheted up its lobbying to the level of another high-tech company that also faced government scrutiny: Microsoft Corp.
U.S. lawmakers asked Google Inc. to explain how the company will protect the privacy of people viewed by those wearing the company’s Web-enabled eyeglasses.
"These new targets from China and the U.S. must be seen as opening bids in the negotiations rather than final numbers."
- Samantha Smith on Nov 12, 2014