Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 19th May 2011 22:03 UTC
Google Wait - is this for real? A large American company openly defying the anti-freedom and totalitarian content industry? In comments in the UK media, Google chairman Eric Schmidt took aim at the big content-sponsored PROTECT IP act. The PROTECT IP act is the US internet censorship (the China kind) law, which more or less takes aim directly against Google. In his criticism, Schmidt went far - very far. The content industry obviously isn't pleased.
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The reason: money
by spinnekopje on Fri 20th May 2011 05:58 UTC
spinnekopje
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2008-11-29

Large companies do what they think is best to make (as much) profit (as possible). Most of the time you don't have to search for another reason when Google, Apple, Microsoft, Oracle and others make decisions.

If you only look at the number of ads on those sites.. that already is enough reason for Google.

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