Google Co-Founders on Net Neutrality

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MENLO PARK, July 20, 2006 (PodTech News) – “People don’t believe us when we say this, but we really care about net neutrality not for Google as a company, but for all the small Internet companies out there. We remember back in ’98-’99 when we were a little company, and the ability to play on equal footing with much larger companies and have our service available on the Internet…really allowed us to build the company,” said Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin during a Q&A session after Google’s second-quarter earnings announcement. Brin was responding to an investor’s question about the potential effect on Google’s profit margins were network neutrality to go away.

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