The New Republic :: A couple weeks ago, fourteen web companies from Amazon to Zynga banded together to form Washington’s newest lobby shop: the Internet Association. Now that its large founding companies (Google, Facebook, et.al.) have an arm-twisting apparatus of their own, Google’s former public policy chief, Andrew McLaughlin, fears they'll act just like the old-line lobbies they're up against.
Thoughts, statements by Lydia DePillis, www.tnr.com
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