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Global dominationHumble beginningsChrome browserWork & playSecurity & censorshipStar gazing

GLOBAL DOMINATION

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Take a spin around Google's decade.

HUMBLE BEGINNINGS
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The search engine's first employee, Craig Silverstein, on life in the Google garage back in 1998.

CHROME BROWSER
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Google's Jessica Powell shows Rory Cellan-Jones the new web browser.

WORK & PLAY

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Sliding into work at Google HQ. First published on 13 March 2008

SECURITY & CENSORSHIP

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Amnesty International UK's Steve Ballinger and from July 2007, Google's global privacy head Peter Fleischer on whether the search engine should continue to allow China to censor it.

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Google user Dan Senior quizzes the company's privacy boss, Peter Fleischer, about why it stores his details. First published on 15 Jun 2007.

STAR GAZING
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Google's stargazing tool as reported when it was announced. First published on 22 August 2007.




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