Thursday, February 25, 2010
...from Italy, and Google might actually have to live up to its motto, "Do no evil," or at least drop the caveat which is the company's actual motto ("Do no evil, unless there is money to be made"). According to the linked article, "During the trial, Google said a guilty verdict could have a chilling effect on the development of the Internet in Italy and, perhaps, more widely across Europe." Goodness, would Italian or European civilization survive if "the development of the Internet" were slowed? How could that be possible?