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The Google Dilemma
New York Law School Law Review (2009)
  • James Grimmelmann , New York Law School
Abstract

Web search is critical to our ability to use the Internet. Whoever controls search engines has enormous influence on all of us; whoever controls the search engines, perhaps, controls the Internet itself. This short essay (based on talks given in January and April 2008) uses the stories of five famous search queries to illustrate the conflicts over search and the enormous power Google wields in choosing whose voices are heard on the Internet.

Keywords
  • search,
  • search engines,
  • google,
  • internet
Disciplines
Publication Date
2009
Citation Information
James Grimmelmann. "The Google Dilemma" New York Law School Law Review Vol. 53 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_grimmelmann/19/