After modest beginnings in a Stanford University dorm room, Google has grown to become the world's most popular search engine. Its mission is to organize the world's information and make it accessible, and over 10 years Google has steadily expanded its reach to projects beyond search like book digitization, cloud computing, and mobile phones, in turn raising issues of monopoly, copyright and privacy. Are its critics right, or is it possible for a company so ubiquitous to adhere to its motto, "don't be evil"?
Speaking for the motion: Harry Lewis, Randal C. Picker and Siva Vaidhyanathan Speaking against the motion: John Battelle, Esther Dyson and Jeff Jarvis
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