Google NetPAC

Google starts a Political Action Committee, SFGate reports. Google filed paperwork Thursday to register its political action committee, Google NetPAC, with the Federal Election Commission. The company intends to use the committee "to support candidates who promote an open and free Internet for our users," according to Alan Davidson,…

Google starts a Political Action Committee, SFGate reports.

Google filed paperwork Thursday to register its political action committee, Google NetPAC, with the Federal Election Commission. The company intends to use the committee “to support candidates who promote an open and free Internet for our users,” according to Alan Davidson, Google’s Washington policy counsel.

Author: John Battelle

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3 thoughts on “Google NetPAC”

  1. … and just like in China they’ll do it all without compromising a SINGLE principled stance on anything in the universe of ideas …. well, maybe just one or two.
    It’s another Google MIRACLE!

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