CNET: "Google co-founder Sergey Brin blasted the Stop Online Privacy Act in some of the toughest language yet from a corporate executive about the controversial legislation."
For many, when you think of the internet you think of Google. And for good reason. The search giant is all-encompassing when it comes to the web. Its search metrics decide what we consume, its other services - including Maps, YouTube and Android - are everyday components of the majority of lives.
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The Guardian- The billionaire co-founder of Google, Sergey Brin, said he invested €250,000 in the technology for animal welfare reasons