Google launches public policy blog today

In their expanding network of blogs, Google launched their public policy blog today -- complete with posts dating back to April 10 of this year. The blog will focus on important issues that matter to Google and the people that use it such as privacy, child online safety, copyright and trademark protection, content regulation, reform of the patent system, and broadband policy.

In their expanding network of blogs, Google launched their public policy blog today -- complete with posts dating back to April 10 of this year. The blog will focus on important issues that matter to Google and the people that use it such as privacy, child online safety, copyright and trademark protection, content regulation, reform of the patent system, and broadband policy.

We hope this blog will serve as a resource for policymakers around the world -- including legislators, ministers, governors, city councilmembers, regulators, and the staffers who support them -- who are trying to enact sound government policies to foster free expression, promote economic growth, expand access to information, enable innovation, and protect consumers. We also hope (cliché alert) that this blog will promote real conversation, so we've enabled comments.

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