Society of the Query #2
Session 2: Search Across the Border - discussion
Conference Day 1 (7 November 2013)
It is little known in the West that elsewhere in the world, Google is not a major player. Can we speak of cultural differences in the architecture of search technology? And in the way users search in, for example, the rural parts of India? In China, there is a separate search engine domain, leading to a different political economy of online search - geopolitically, linguistically, and culturally. How can we oppose to the libertarian, North-American values of Google?
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