October 31, 2005

"Regulating Search" Conference

"Regulating Search: A Symposium on Search Engines, Law, and Public Policy"

Search is big business, and search functionality increasingly shapes the information society. Yet how the law treats search is still up for grabs, and with it, the power to dominate the next generation of the online world. How will this potential to wield control affect search engine companies, their advertisers, their users, or the information they index? What will search engines look like in the future, and what is the role of regulators in this emerging market? This symposium will map out the terrain of search engine law & policy.

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It's another Sign - if not Bubbleness, definitely much Hot Air. Which is not to say I'd be averse to having a share of any inflated values.

By Seth Finkelstein | posted in google | on October 31, 2005 11:51 PM (Infothought permalink)
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