Continuing the Google Data Debate

Filed in GIS Data by on October 14, 2009


Paul Bissett of weighs in on the recent dropping of TeleAtlas by Google and addition of parcel data to its mapping applications and API in his article “GOOG = BORG, and I Mean That in the Nicest Way”.  Bissett discusses why he believes Googles made these moves and the implications for data vendors such as TeleAtlas and the broader geospatial industry.

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