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5 books that will give you a new perspective on digital marketing

There’s more to the internet than most of us will ever know. If you’re intrigued by the web – its development, its vast depths, the marketing opportunities it has made possible – then consider these books your gateway to digital enlightenment. 609 more words
Content Marketing

Julian Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems

In June 2011, Julian Assange received an unusual visitor: the chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, arrived from America at Ellingham Hall, the country house in Norfolk, England where Assange was living under house arrest. 5,827 more words

Corporate Empire

Free Julian Assange: An Exclusive Interview with the Wikileaks Founder

LONDON—”Don’t forget to tell them about my appeal to the U.K. Supreme Court,” Julian Assange tells me in a door-knob-one-more-thing moment as I’m leaving the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where he has taken refuge for the last two years. 4,760 more words

Fighting Web Censorship - viewpoint

“Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and Director of Ideas Jared Cohen recently offered up an extract from their book for UK newspaper The Guardian that was ominously entitled “Web censorship: the net is closing in.” 83 more words

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When Google Met WikiLeaks

When Google’s Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen got together with Julian Assange on June 23, 2011, Assange was staying with a WikiLeaks sponsor in rural England and had just completed his sixth month under house arrest as he fought extradition to Sweden for questioning regarding sexual assault charges. 3,995 more words

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Google Opens Chrome to Cuba — for Those Who Can Get Online

Internet users in Cuba — the few who have access to the web, that is — can now download Google’s popular browser Chrome.

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Google Chairman, Eric Schmidt on Women in Tech

During a public talk held recently in Washington DC, Google Chairman, Eric Schmidt, said that the impression that the tech industry advances minorities and women is because the hidden biases that drive white male behavior are difficult to hide in the tech industry. 243 more words