Yesterday, senators quizzed Google's former CEO and current board of directors president Eric Schmidt about the company's size, practices, and potential for anti-competitive behavior. Concerned that the government might try to flex its muscle against the search and mobile giant, Schmidt assured the senators that Google was no Microsoft, and that 2011 was no 1995.
The hearing, titled "The Power of Google: Serving Consumers or Threatening Competition?" provides some insights into the concerns of some members of the the subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights. Others with those concerns filled the hearing room. We'd like your help identifying who they are.
Take a look at the photos below and if you recognize anyone, please send us an email at email@example.com describing which person you've identified, who they are (name, firm, etc.), and how you know who that person is.
As we compile and verify this information, we'll add the names to the photos so you can see who is watching Congress.
Here is the photo:
Thanks to Chet Susslin of National Journal for the photo.