Cerf backs broader Google focus

Perez, Julian Carlos
December 2005
Network World;12/5/2005, Vol. 22 Issue 48, p30
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with Internet pioneer Vint Cert, chief Internet spokesman for Google. He defended Google's focus when asked about Google's plan to venture into blogging, Web mail, Wi-Fi access, instant messaging and social networking. He also described Google's enterprise-search products, the Search Appliance and the Google Mini. He stated that Google has not yet exhausted the advertising market to achieve its revenue goals. Concerning the publishing industry's lawsuits over the Google Book search program, Cerf said that one of his duties is to articulate Google's support for the interest of publishers.


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