Google boss weighs in to NBN debate

The chief executive of Google has given a big tick of approval to the federal government’s national broadband strategy, describing it as a mark of “excellent leadership” and a catalyst for innovation and change.Eric Schmidt, who steps down as the CEO of Google in a fortnight to become executive chairman, said he was convinced that the $43 billion fibre-optic cable project would be a boon for both consumers and businesses.To read this Fairfax Media report in full, see:

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