Open Letter to Google From 80 Internet Scholars: Release RTBF Compliance Data
Ellen P. Goodman

Why direct this at Google and not at the EU? Isn't it actually dangerous to ask this first of Google? Because you should ask it first of the body that makes the laws, not the one abiding by the law. In this case these pepole are acknowledging that Google has been put into place as a judge. Shouldn't the question really be what a person and their ID is on the internet? And who gets say over it? Criticising Google won't hide the fact that laws and politics are woefully behind technological developments. Also there is a systme called Disqus which lets people who do not want to use facebook or twitter to log in use others like LinkedIn of Google+.

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