Google gets a grip on government data

Tuesday, 1 May 2007, 1:03 AM EST

In its mission to organize and distribute the world's information, Google has partnered with four state governments to ease the task of finding public info online. The search giant says finding public data on the Web, even when using its own search engine, is often frustrating. The move, however, has raised questions about who owns the data once it's been digitized.

At TechNewsWorld.

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