Google always the best choice... Always up-to-date..Good Jobs...From : EsungDo
I second in this..! This internet is gotta' be open.
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我必须用中文来表达我的敬意，为了自由和尊严。I have to show my respect to google with Chinese Character, for freedom and dignity.
The best internet will always be the one that is the most un-biased, open and engaging. What would Jimmy Wales (founder of Wikipedia) say? "Imagine a world in which every person on the planet has free access to the sum of all human knowledge." That is a world in which I would like to live and a world that an open and awesome internet can provide.
You guys are awesome! Thank you for your hard work to protect all of us from the small-mindedness and selfishness of a few.You self-less-ness and open-mindedness is highly commendable and an amazing example for others at your scale and level.It's inspirational!: it provides hope for our society's future and provides some evidence of better human nature.Internet awesomeness forever for everyone!"can't sit on the sidelines" - priceless
Google should consider doing proxy jobs. There is great desire for that kind of tool, especially in some area from which Google has to leave. The chef and wireless network in the building are both great. I'll miss them...
Yup!!Agreed With the Fact!!Google hats Off To You..SEO Services Company
Thank You. You are a very large company, both you and version. You word means something. I know true openness of the internets will take some time but I would really like to know at least what my ISPs are doing. I would like them to inform the users of their limitations and practices. Whether they throttle traffic or cap certain services. All we see on this end is the maximum speed we may achieve. It is like we drive down a highway blindfolded only knowing the speed limit.
Please could you provide a transcript as I am Deaf. Thank you.
And you expect us not to know about Google's separate private dealings with Verizon that will serve to undermine all the beautiful noble sentiments you espouse here? http://www.publicknowledge.org/public-knowledge-calls-verizon-google-deal-‘regret
Google - could you explain how your talks with Verizon ( http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/05/technology/05secret.html?_r=2&emc=eta1 ) to prioritize traffic to consumers is consistent with this policy!? As a user of an Android phone with Verizon as a carrier, I do not support and am extremely troubled by these proceedings.
So how has so much changed in the last six months that it is now Google's goal to help Verizon end Net Neutrality? http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/05/technology/05secret.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
Regarding today's article in the NYTimes: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/05/technology/05secret.html?pagewanted=1&hpWhat happened to this? (from the above post) :"Adding a nondiscrimination principle that bans prioritizing Internet traffic .."I have been looking all over for a place to email a public policy comment/concern to somebody at Google, but this is the best I could find. I've really believed in Google Inc., against my natural distrust of corporations, as a company that was trying to innovate and "[not] be evil". But making a deal with the devil (in this case Verizon) to implement pay-to-play hierarchies in web traffic; well that seems ... possibly pretty evil. Granted the above reports aren't corroborated, but with back-room deals, isn't that the problem? By the time we hear about it its too late. So, what Im saying is, Google, please dont abandon your principles!! Thanks
SO Google, if you truly believe this. WTF is up with this deal with Verizon you're working on? I HOPE you remember you support net neutrality!!!!!!!!
I am confused by these postings by Google due to this article in the NY Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/05/technology/05secret.html?hpIf you really believe the internet should be kept free and open, then please do not go forward on this deal with Verizon.
THANKS A LOT. JERKS.
Very contradicting compared to what [evil] your doing with Verizon. Great option if you want your company do go down in flames. The [now controlled] Internet is a dog-eat-dog world, be careful or you'll be the next Microsoft.
man, a lot has changed in 8 months...Google and Verizon Near Deal on Web Pay Tiershttp://community.nytimes.com/comments/www.nytimes.com/2010/08/05/technology/05secret.html
I see a whole lot of righteously indignant posts above, quoting and referencing the NY Times. I have an idea...why don't you go to the source and make up your own mind. What's this? I think it's the actual proposal put forward. Read it and make up your mind, or continue letting someone else tell you what to think and keep it to yourself...
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