• http://www.ratdiary.com SpragueD

    Slick way to include (link to) the talking points! Kudos.

  • TimmyTime

    “No one on this list, unfortunately, is “neutral” or a detached industry observer. And there are no advertisers or search marketing firms to lend a “third party” perspective.”

    Let’s see Greg, do advertisers like one monopoly to control prices and ways of advertising? Or abrupt score changes that increase pricing?

    Neutral? You must mean like Danny Sullivan? He’s really neutral. So neutral that you can’t tell if he’s a Google employee or not. You can make an argument for both, which means he’s neutral :)

    The fact finding will come when FTC reviews documents and emails from Google.

  • http://screenwerk.com Greg Sterling

    My point is that all the witnesses have very public, well-known positions. It would have been nice for them to have a witness or two not specifically aligned with Google or one of its well-known critics.