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Kai Ryssdal

In which the government acknowledges Google

Kai Ryssdal Apr 11, 2014
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Kai Ryssdal

In which the government acknowledges Google

Kai Ryssdal Apr 11, 2014
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And finally, it seems Congress has discovered the amazing powers of the internet. No joke.

From the Congressional Record, Senate Bill 2206 was introduced just last week, and which the legislative language tells us can be cited as the Let Me Google That For You Act.

S.B. 2206 would abolish the National Technical Information Service, collector and disseminator of almost 3 million government scientific, technical, engineering, and business reports, because, yes, you can just Google ’em for free.

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