October 8, 2005
Google Hires a Lobbyist for D.C.
His name is Alan Davidson. His background from the Center for Democracy and Technology web site:
Alan Davidson is Associate Director at the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT), a Washington D.C. non-profit group working to promote civil liberties and human rights on the Internet and other new digital media. Alan leads CDT's Internet free expression and digital copyright projects, and has testified before Congress, written, and spoken widely on privacy, free speech, encryption, and copyright online. He also leads CDT's efforts to promote democratic values and individual rights within domain name, Internet governance, and technical standards bodies.
The Google press release with full details is here.
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