If, on the one hand, Hurricane Sandy forced Google to cancel its event today, on the other hand the company is among those that work to guarantee information to the population.
Two of the main local newspapers decided to stop charging for digital content during the period: New York Times and Wall Street Journal. In the case of NYT, this is not the first time; the vehicle did this at the time of the attack on Osama bin Laden’s home and during hurricane Irene last year.
The attitudes, so it shows the CNET, make a lot of sense, since the Weather.com website, which focuses on climate, has obtained 900 million page views in just the past three days.
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