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Metadata Goofs: CNET blog dissects anti-Google lobbying letter to Congress

In another example of metadata gone wrong, this CNET blog post dissects metadata contained in an anti-Google lobbying letter sent to Congress by the American Corn Growers Association and other farmers' groups.   Ties to a cable industry lobbying agency are discernible via metadata in the letter, which asks Congress to hold hearings on a Google-Yahoo advertising deal.




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