November 16, 2012

Awkwardness as a litigation tool

"I wanted a courtroom where the government and Google were at the same table, hand in hand, and somebody is challenging them." Reback declared. "Because when I did the Microsoft case, that was the turning point. When the government had to sit at the same table with Microsoft and defend them… I wanted the commissioners to feel the cosmetics if you will, the presence of the government defending Google’s conduct in litigating against a consumer protection agency, I wanted to know if they feel proud of that."


By the way, if you want to use wireless at Coupa Cafe in Palo Alto you have to sign into Facebook first.  Well, that's not exactly right.  There's a bypass option at the bottom of the Facebook page.  It doesn't work.


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