frontpage - 2:57 pm on Dec 23, 2010 (gmt 0)
The New York Post wrote that the Art Deco building has “numerous back-up generators, lots of electrical power, antennas, fiber optics and high-tech facilities available to tenants.” ...
The massive, 2.9-million-square-foot building already houses Google’s offices, as well as several major data centers.
Level3 and Verizon are also housed in that building.
The Spying is just not going to do it itself.
Did you know that in addition to running a search engine, Google helps guide US legislation?
What a cozy relationship between Google, Level3, and Verizon. Hmmm. If we use Opensecrets we can see the huge donations to the current Obama regime in an effort to pass Net Neutrality by these companies.
Level 3 Response to the Verizon-Google Legislative Framework Proposal
Level 3 Communications, Inc. today issued a statement in response to the Verizon-Google Legislative Framework Proposal. The following statement can be attributed to John M. Ryan, assistant chief legal officer and head of Regulatory Affairs for Level 3 Communications:
“We are encouraged that two companies with diverse business interests in the broadband Internet have been able to come to agreement on an issue as controversial as network neutrality. Like both companies, Level 3 believes that the government has a role to play in assuring an open, dynamic, improving and ubiquitous broadband Internet for U.S. citizens. We share their view that government must preserve innovation, advance policies that encourage accelerated investment in broadband infrastructure, and protect competition within all portions of the Internet market.