The tone of a congressional hearing being held today on antipiracy was set early when Rep. Bob Goodlatte suggested that Google was falling down on its antipiracy efforts.
Goodlatte (R-Va), chairman of a U.S. House Judiciary subcommittee, which is investigating Web sites accused of pirating intellectual property, started off the hearing by noting some of Google's antipiracy accomplishments.
But for Goodlatte, Google hadn't done enough. "The question isn't what Google has done," Goodlatte told the audience. "But more about what Google has left to do."