Google's Free Trade Agenda - Forbes.com

Google's Free Trade Agenda - Forbes.com: "Washington, D.C. - For the past several months, Google has been quietly lobbying the U.S. government to include restrictions against Internet censorship as a stipulation in free trade agreements with other countries.

The California-based Internet giant says that barriers to the free flow of information over the Web restrict commerce and economic development, and should therefore be considered barriers to free trade as well."

Helge: That sounds interesting, indeed.
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