Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 23rd Jan 2014 10:52 UTC

Google led in lobbying spending by ten tech firms who pumped a combined $61.15 million into efforts to influence federal regulators and lawmakers in 2013, up 15.9 percent from a combined total of $52.78 million, according to records filed with the Clerk of the House this week.

Apparently AT&T is not considered to be a technology company, because they spent more than Google. All in all, virtually all companies heavily increased their spending on legalised corruption in the US.

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Good sentiment, bad analysis
by ioconnor on Thu 23rd Jan 2014 12:06 UTC
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First off the largest companies will obviously spend more money than the companies that don't. Concluding that makes them the worst is obvious trolling.

You win.

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