Friday, August 12, 2005

Google vs. CNET

"Mike Langberg posted a column in which he quotes Eric Schmidt from the May 19 press day at the Googleplex: 'When we talk about organizing all the world's information, we mean all. And we mean all people. And we mean universally accessible.'

"Just over a month later Elinor Mills wrote The Article that got CNET damned by Google, in which, to demonstrate privacy concerns surrounding Google, she pointed to several documents revealing business and personal information about Schmidt—all excavated via Google's search engine." ...

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