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Google Q2 Lobbying Report

Google Q2 Lobbying Report

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Clerk of the House of RepresentativesLegislative Resource Center B-106 Cannon BuildingWashington, DC 20515Secretary of the SenateOffice of Public Records232 Hart BuildingWashington, DC 20510
LOBBYING REPORT
Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 (Section 5)
- All Filers Are Required to Complete This Page
1. Registrant Name
Organization/Lobbying FirmSelf Employed Individual
2. Address
Check if different than previously reported
Address1Address2CityStateZip Code
-
Country3. Principal place of business (if different than line 2)CityStateZip Code
-
Country4a. Contact Nameb. Telephone Numbe
International Number
c. E-mail5. Senate ID#6. House ID#7. Client Name
 Self Check if client is a state or local government or instrumentality
TYPE OF REPORT
8. YearQ1
(1/1 - 3/31)
Q2
(4/1 - 6/30)
Q3
(7/1-9/30)
Q4
(10/1 - 12/31)
9. Check if this filing amends a previously filed version of this report10. Check if this is a Termination ReportTermination Date11. No Lobbying Issue Activity
INCOME OR EXPENSES
- YOU MUST complete either Line 12 or Line 13
12. Lobbying13. OrganizationsINCOMEEXPENSE
relating to lobbying activities for this reporting periodwas:were:
Less than $5,000$5,000 or more
$
relating to lobbying activities for this reporting period
Less than $5,000$5,000 or more
$
Provide a good faith estimate, rounded to the nearest $10,000,of all lobbying related income from the client (including all payments to the registrant by any other entity for lobbyingactivities on behalf of the client).
14. REPORTING
accounting method. See instructions for description of options.Check box to indicate expense
Method A.Method B.Method C.
Reporting amounts using LDA definitions onlyReporting amounts under section 6033(b)(8) of theInternal Revenue CodeReporting amounts under section 162(e) of the InternalRevenue Code
SignatureDatePrinted Name and Title
v6.0.1f 
http://lobbyingdisclosure.house.govhttp://www.senate.gov/lobby
2012
DC
Mountain ViewGoogle Inc.Google Inc.
394790000
Filed Electronically
20005
(202) 346-1100
94043
14
Page ______ of _____
pablochavez@google.com
USA
1
$3,920,000.00
320510-12USA
Pablo Chavez
Second Floor1101 New York Avenue NWCA
Washington
Pablo Chavez
7/20/2012 11:00:03 PM
 
RegistrantClient Name
LOBBYING ACTIVITY.
Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrantengaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provideinformation as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.15. General issue area code
 
(one per page)
16. Specific lobbying issues17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agenciesCheck if None18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area
Covered Official Position (if applicable)NewFirst NameLast NameSuffix
19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 aboveCheck if None
Printed Name and Title
v6.0.1f 
BernalWebb
142
 ADVERTISING
Ladner 
U.S. SENATE, U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Executive Office of the President (EOP),Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Pablo Chavez
 AndrewLeePabloSeth
Google Inc.
Jennifer ChavezDunnHarryShelton
Google Inc.
 ADV
WingoJohanna
Page ______ of ______
Regulation of online advertisingPrivacy and competition issues in online advertisingCommunications Decency Act
 
RegistrantClient Name
LOBBYING ACTIVITY.
Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrantengaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provideinformation as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.15. General issue area code
 
(one per page)
16. Specific lobbying issues17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agenciesCheck if None18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area
Covered Official Position (if applicable)NewFirst NameLast NameSuffix
19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 aboveCheck if None
Printed Name and Title
v6.0.1f 
BernalWebb
143
COPYRIGHT/PATENT/TRADEMARK
Ladner 
U.S. SENATE, U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Executive Office of the President (EOP),Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Pablo Chavez
 AndrewKatherineLeeSeth
Google Inc.
Jennifer DunnOyamaHarryShelton
Google Inc.
CPT
WingoJohanna
Page ______ of ______
S. 23 and H.R. 1249 - America Invents ActS. 968 - Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of 2011Section 107 fair use exceptionsIntellectual property enforcementDigital Millennium Copyright Act service provider safe harborsTrans-Pacific PartnershipHouse Cyber bills: H.R. 4257 - Federal Information Security Amendments Act of 2012, H.R. 3523 - Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, Goodlatte (Draft), H.R. 4263 - SECURE IT Act of 2012,H.R. 2096 - Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2012, Upton (Draft)Senate Cyber Bills: S. 2105 - Cybersecurity Act of 2012, S. 2151 - SECURE ITITC remedies relating to software patents

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