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Google Chairman, Eric Schmidt

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New-media gurus, political pointy-heads, start-up whizz-kids and rock stars mingled at this year's Zeitgeist conference. Adam Sherwin reports

From left: Bill Clinton, Annie Lennox, Arsène Wenger

The great Google gathering

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The cyber-world is offering an unprecedented environment; the brain may be adapting. We should try to foresee these changes, both positive and negative

Google faces Microsoft-style competition investigation

Google is to face an in-depth investigation which will seek to establish whether it has abused its dominance of the internet search market.

Eric Schmidt: Google tried to use personal info from Facebook in data-sharing deal

Google tried to "partner" with Facebook in a bid to gain access to its users’ personal information, the search giant’s executive chairman has revealed.

Political disenfranchisement? People 'become lazy', says Google chief Eric Schmidt

Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt has blamed the failure of many people to engage with politics on their own laziness, rather than on a lack of information.

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