MSNBC.com has an article today titled Google Vs. the Government where David Vise, author of 'The Google Story', discusses how Google has dealt with censorship in China and the recent attempt by the U.S. government to monitor what U.S. citizens are searching for on the Internet by demanding that search engine companies turn over massivive amounts of search records to the government, ostensibly so the government can protect children from pornography. China and Singapore also claim they must control their citizenry's web browsing to protect citizens from pornography.
The interview with David Vise also mentions that the former chef for the Grateful Dead was the executive chef for Google for awhile, but has since left to start his own restaurant.
Google Vs. the Government
Date: January 25, 2006
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