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Google Case Study

Google Case Study

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Published by: stacian18 on May 09, 2010
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Google Case Study
By: Stacia Nambiar

Google is a web based search engine which is used worldwide providing
users the ability to search and obtain information by simply typing
keywords into the search engine.

The search engine not only provides its service to search but it has an index of around 60 million pages. Some of its features include: G-mail, Google Maps, Google Print and many more including social networking

tools. Furthermore, the company not only offers these features but
they are also responsible for partnerships and products.

The company was officially incorporated in 1998 and so it has been
around for a good 12 years and it seems to be heading up for a big
future with many more years to come. However it has not been around
for that long and therefore was not ths 1st search engine to exist.
Google\u00b7s ethos are based on the saying \u00b6Don\u00b7t be evil\u00b7 as the founders
stated \u00b6We believe that we will be better served as shareholders and
in all other ways by company that does good things for the world.\u00b7

Free Speech
\u00b4We do not allow articles and sources expressly promoting hate speech
viewpoints in Google News, although referencing hate speech for
commentary and analysis is acceptable".
Although Google itself isn't a social networking site where people

contribute via users adding to the website or making changes they
do own blogger which allows people free speech. They are able to
create their own individual blogs which permits them to write what
they like without it being restricted. To this extent it can be
argued that Google is egalitarian. It enables free speech worldwide.

However, recently there has been issues which China which has forced
it to limit free speech on the web, as Google's websites of human
rights activists have come under cyber threat.

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