A recent newspaper interview has caused quite a stir when the blogosphere lit up yesterday with controversial observations from the mouth of Google co-founder Sergey Brin. In a nutshell, Brin painted Apple and Facebook as major threats to Internet freedom because neither company’s been open enough, at least in the search giant’s view.
This from a guy whose company’s been seriously lacking openness in many competitive categories. Naturally, a backlash ensued, prompting the engineer to set the record straight and clarify what he called “distorted secondary coverage”.
No, he did not mean what he said and yes, in case you were wondering, he is loving his iMac. I call BS on this one, here’s why… Read More