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  • Red State: Donald Trump Needs To Totally Dump Google
  • CNBC: Google was overwhelmingly against Trump, now it's trying to win him over
  • Watchdog.org: Having backed the losing candidate, Google now tries to align with Trump
  • CNN: Obama was an innovation junkie. Will Trump follow in his footsteps?
  • Reuters: Google extends conservative outreach as Trump calls tech meeting
  • The Guardian: Google is not ‘just’ a platform. It frames, shapes and distorts how we see the world
  • Bloomberg: Silicon Valley Cozies Up to Washington, Outspending Wall Street 2-1
  • The Intercept: Tech Money Lurks Behind Government Privacy Conference
  • The Atlantic: Google's 'Cozy' Relationship With Driverless Car Regulators
  • The Intercept: White House Official Cozied Up to Google Before Antitrust Lawsuit Was Shelved
  • The Verge: Emails Show Google’s Close Relationship with the White House
  • Fox Business: Google’s Revolving Door for the White House
  • Fox News: Google Employees Have Enjoyed Revolving Door During Obama Administration
  • Watchdog.org: Did Google Employees Turned White House Appointees Violate Ethics Pledge?
  • The Observer (UK): Google: New Concerns Raised About Political Influence By Senior 'Revolving Door' Jobs
  • Daily Mail (UK): Revolving Door Between Google and European Governments Has Spun at least EIGHTY Times, New Research Reveals
  • Business Insider: Google Hired at least 65 European Government Officials in Ten Years
  • Re/code: A Chart of Lobbyists' White House Visits Reveals its Close Ties with Google 
  • Vox: This is the Real Way Big Business Peddles Influence in Washington 
  • Watchdog.org: Visitor Logs Show Google’s Unrivaled White House Access
  • The Intercept: Google's Remarkably Close Relationship With The Obama White House in Two Charts
  • Le Monde (France): Google a recruté près de 70 fonctionnaires européens en dix ans pour son lobbying
  • Le Figaro (France): Google recrute dans l'administration européenne pour défendre ses intérêts