The Internet Accountability Project, launched in September by a collection of conservatives concerned about big tech companies’ power, weighed in because of what the group argues is a pattern of Google stealing intellectual property.
“If Google’s allowed to get away with this, then anyone with the resources can get away with it,” said Rachel Bovard, a senior adviser to IAP, which does not disclose its funding sources. You can read more here.
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