John Keane | Why Google Is A Political Matter
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Why Google Is A Political Matter

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A public lecture held by the School of Communications at the Hong Kong Baptist University on 2 April 2015 

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From a small Silicon Valley start-up, Google has grown to become a $55 billion annual revenue global company with offices in more than forty countries. The ‘do no evil’ business fosters ‘moonshot thinking’ and places ‘big bets on the future’, and is now the world’s largest and most dynamic media conglomerate. In this lecture, John Keane analyses the strengths and weaknesses of Google and considers several ways in which an understanding of the company is vital for grasping the contours and dynamics of communications, power and politics in these early years of the 21st century.

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