Net neutrality opponents beware- President Bush says he's a Google Earth user

As far as net neutrality issues are concerned, The Bush Administration- and a majority of his fellow Republicans- may favor established telephone companies over huge bandwidth users such as Google.It's companies like Google, and their giant bandwidth suck, that make the telecom lobby and the CEOs they represent make occasional utterances that they ought to charge these broadband content-generators for the privilege of transporting their huge flows of bits.

As far as net neutrality issues are concerned, The Bush Administration- and a majority of his fellow Republicans- may favor established telephone companies over huge bandwidth users such as Google.

It's companies like Google, and their giant bandwidth suck, that make the telecom lobby and the CEOs they represent make occasional utterances that they ought to charge these broadband content-generators for the privilege of transporting their huge flows of bits.

But take note. President Bush tells CNBC's Maria Bartiromo that he is a Google user.

Presumably from a PC in the Oval Office, Bush likes to use Google Earth to look down on his ranch.

"One of the things I’ve used on the Google is to pull up maps," he says. "It’s very interesting to see — I’ve forgot the name of the program — but you get the satellite, and you can — like, I kinda like to look at the ranch. It remind me of where I wanna be sometimes."

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