I had a long interview this morning with the Christian Science Monitor . Like many of the interviews I’ve had this year, the subject was Google. At the increasingly congested intersection of technology and the law, Google seems to be involved in most of the accidents.
The interview got me thinking about why one company seems to be so central to problems of law and innovation, and the result is a very long post on my website, which I'll summarize here. (For the whole thing, see http://larrydownes.com/google-v-everyone/.) Read more about Google v Everyone