Photo: Jonathan Weber interviews Eric Schmidt about “The New Digital Age” Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 at the RAND Politics Aside event in Culver City.
Photo: Jonathan Weber interviews Eric Schmidt about “The New Digital Age” Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 at the RAND Politics Aside event in Culver City.
Photo: Eric Schmidt (right), executive chairman of Google, told the opening session of the RAND Corporation’s Politics Aside event Thursday evening that he is “terribly worried” about the prospect of “balkanizing” the internet. In discussion with Jonathan Weber (left), West Coast bureau chief for Reuters, Schmidt decried Iran’s attempts to cut the country off from the internet. “They’re essentially bombing themselves into the stone age technologically,” Schmidt said. But he said such efforts will ultimately prove fruitless.
Photo: Eric Schmidt makes a point while discussing “The New Digital Age” Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 at the RAND Politics Aside event in Culver City.
Photo: Eric Schmidt responds to a question while discussing “The New Digital Age” Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 at the RAND Politics Aside event in Culver City.
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Eric Schmidt (right), executive chairman of Google, told the opening session of the RAND Corporation’s Politics Aside event Thursday evening that he is “terribly worried” about the prospect of “balkanizing” the internet. In discussion with Jonathan Weber (left), West Coast bureau chief for Reuters, Schmidt decried Iran’s attempts to cut the country off from the internet. “They’re essentially bombing themselves into the stone age technologically,” Schmidt said. But he said such efforts will ultimately prove fruitless.
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