A new blog offers a glimpse into the thoughts of attorneys at one of Silicon Valley’s most influential companies. Google’s new public policy blog made its public debut June 18, though contributors have been internally posting to it since April.
The googlepublicpolicy.blogspot.com site broadcasts the company’s opinions on a variety of issues, including privacy, so-called “net neutrality,” H-1B visas, patent reform and copyright protection — all subjects in which Google has found itself tangled in recent years.
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