Charles Walker Google grid

How can this be when Google has allowed itself to self-sensor information in China – which will fast becoming the economic powerhouse.

Unfortunatlely, the greed for profits has and will always supercede human rights.

Let’s hope you are right and their is a true democratisation of knowledge.
Posted: 18 April 2006 at 21:41

Doug Vining Google takes on PayPal with GBuy

Google Inc. is set to introduce a test version of its online-payment service as early as this week, The Wall Street Journal is reporting, citing people briefed on the situation.

To attract customers, Google plans to offer an unspecified rebate to people who make online purchases using the service, known as GBuy, the Journal said.
Posted: 30 June 2006 at 12:27

Doug Vining Are we ready for a mind-blowing future?

The future according to Google can be pretty fantastic, with all sorts of useful services almost giving us a sixth sense in our ability to interact with others and the world around us. But are we ready to participate? Or should we be paranoid about giving up our privacy, and allowing the smart software engines to watch our movements and choices?
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Posted: 19 July 2012 at 11:51
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