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9.Google

1.Kevin Kelleher. Who's Afraid of Google? Everyone // Wired. 2005. November 30.

2.Google Founders Have Grown Up // Reuters. 2008. May 9.

3. . Assistant Professor Joel West, San Jose State University. 2008. December 19.

4.. : David A. Vise and Mark Malseed. The Google Story.

5.Chris Kraeuter and Rachel Rosmarin. Why Google Won't Give In // Forbes. 2006. January 24.

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8.James Kirkup and Nicole Martin. You Tube Attacked by MPs Over Sex and Violence Footage // The Telegraph. 2008. July 5.

9. www.google.com.

10.Declan McCullagh. Report Criticizes Google's Porn Filters // CNet News, 2005. April 10.

11.. : Matt Hartley and Grant Robertson. Google@10 // The Globe and Mail. 2008. September 6. The Globe and Mail.

12.Abbey Klaassen. Talk about a Power Lunch // Advertising Age. 2007. October 15. 52.

13.Google Under Fire for 'Breathtaking' Hypocrisy, New Report Shows Just How Much Personal Information Is Available through Google Street View // Marketwatch. 2008. July 31.

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15.Drake Bennett. Stopping Google // Boston Globe. www.Boston.com. 2008. June 30.

16.Michael Dinan. Privacy Issues, Government Probe Stir Hard Feelings between AT&T, Google // TMCnet, www.tmcnet.com. 2008. August 15.

17.Julia Bonstein, Marcel Rosenbach, and Hihnar Schmundt. Data Mining You to Death // www.spiegel.de/international/germany 2008. October 5. 2008, Spiegel Online. .

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20.Letter to Shareholders. Google 2005 Annual Report.

21.Emilie Dugan. Google Once Reviled Computer Superpowers But Domination Is Just What It Is Achieving // The Independent. September 7. 2008.

22.Zusha Elinson. Boring Couple Sues Google for Street View // The Recorder. 2008. April 9.

23.Restatement of Torts // American Law Institute legal guideline; Cade Metz, Google: Even in the Desert, Privacy Does Not Exist // www.theregister.co.uk. 2008. July 15.

24.Julia Bonstein. Marcel Rosenbach, and Hilmar Schmundt, Data Mining You to Death.

25.Yoko Kubota. Japanese Group Asks Google to Stop Map Service // Reuters. 2008. December 19.

26.Elinor Mills. Google Balances Privacy, Reach // CNET News. 2005. July 14.

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28.Drake Bennett. Stopping Google // Boston Globe. www.Boston.com. 2008. June 5.

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30.Ellen Nakashima. Web Firms Acknowledge Tracking Behavior without Consent // Los Angeles Times. 2008. August 12.

31.Chris Williams. Berlusconi Plans to Use G8 Presidency to Regulate the Internet // The Register (UK) 2008. December 3.

32.David Smith. The Observer // The Guardian. 2008. August 17.

33.Adam L. Penenberg. Is Google Evil? It Knows More than the National Agency Ever Will. And Don't Assume for a Minute that It Can Keep a Secret // Mother Jones. 2006. November-December. 67

34.Ken Auletta. Search and Destroy // The New Yorker. 2008. January 14. 30.

35.Thomas Claburn. Google Told to Reveal Gmail 'Spybox' Account Info in CTO Espionage Case // InformationWeek. 2008. October 20.

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37.Vint Cerf. The Internet is for Everyone // Memo to the Internet Society. 2002. April.

38.Janine Zacharia. Google Inc. Navigates Foreign Laws // Bloomberg News. 2008. June 6.

39.Google Committed to Staying in China // PC Magazine. 2006. June 9.

40.David Smith. Google Defiant Over Censorship in China //The Observer. 2006. October 29.

41.Google Committed to Staying in China.

42.Microsoft news release. 2008. October 29.

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44.Roy Blount Jr. $125 Million Settlement in Authors Guild v. Google II www.authorsguild.org/advocacy 2008. October 28.

45.Jonathan V. Last. Google and Its Enemies: The Much-Hyped Project to Digitize 32 Million Books Sounds Like a Good Idea. Why Are So Many People Taking Shots at It?" // Weekly Standard. 2007. December 10.

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47.Jefferson Graham. Google to Sell Books to Be Read Only Online // USA Today. 2008. October 29.

48. Google, The Library Project.

49.Jonathan V. Last. Google and Its Enemies.

50.Ken Auletta. Search and Destroy.

51.Robin Jeweler. The Google Book Search Project: Is Online Indexing a Fair Use Under Copyright Law? Congressional Research Services (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs. 2005. December.

52.More Digitized Books on Internet as Google Settles Lawsuit // www.enews20.com. 2008. October 28.

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54.Reyhan Harmanci. Google, Book Trade Groups Settle Lawsuits // San Francisco Chronicle. 2008. October 29. . C-l.

55. http://jobline.acc.com, Google Legal Opportunities.

56.Emily Steel. Google Search Ads Rile Its Big Customers // Wall Street Journal. 2008. June 4.

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58.Google Says Viacom Lawsuit a Threat to Internet Users // Reuters. 2007. May 1.

59.Kenneth Li. Google Takes a Swipe at Viacom // Reuters. 2007. July 13.

60.Mediaset Sues Google, You Tube; Seeks $780 million // Reuters. 2008. July 50.

61.Knol, Google's information source: Google Ordered to Reveal Blogger Identity in Defamation Suit in India.

62.Steven Ellis. High Court to Rule on Age Discrimination Suit Against Google // Metropolitan News-Enterprise. 2008. January 31.

63.John Battelle. The Search: How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture. New York: Penguin Group, 2005. C. 234.

64.The Packet Rat. Net Neutrality Doesn't Get Google's First-Class Treatment // Government Computer News. 2006. July 24.

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66. www.google.com.

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