Available for Interviews: Stacy Schneider
Stacy Schneider is a technology and trial attorney, a nationally recognized television personality, columnist, and author of He Had It Coming: How to Outsmart Your Husband and Win Your Divorce. Schneider is a highly sought-after media legal analyst.
What Stacy Schneider Can Say in an Interview on Google Lawsuit:
Why is the government going after Big Data two weeks before an election?
1. There is no question that Google controls the technology marketplace for search engines and search engine advertising. But in practice, it’s questionable whether Google’s leadership is working to prevent other search companies from operating. The Justice Department lawsuit seems politically motivated.
2. The Trump administration has been complaining that Google searches limit conservative leaning results. But gathering evidence about Google’s algorithms would be close to impossible, as the algorithm is protected and confidential intellectual property.
3. The government involving the courts to control big data’s profits in a technology universe where anyone is free to start up a competing search engine business seems disingenuous.
Interview: Stacy Schneider
Stacy Schneider is a technology and trial attorney, a nationally recognized television personality, columnist, and is the recipient of the Thurgood Marshall Award for Exemplary Service to the Cause of Justice in the United States. She is also the author of He Had It Coming: How to Outsmart Your Husband and Win Your Divorce (Simon & Schuster), a divorce guidebook on women’s legal rights and remedies. Schneider provides legal commentary and analysis on headline-making trials, Grand Juries, Congressional actions, corporate liabilities, and Constitutional violations for print, digital, and television broadcast media. She has appeared as a Legal Analyst on Fox News, Fox Business News, CNN, and HLN, commenting on high-profile civil and criminal cases and constitutional law. She has filled-in as a Legal Contributor on the long-running “Is it Legal?” segment on The O’Reilly Factor. Schneider has also been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, New York Post, Marie Claire, TV Guide, and on dozens of nationally syndicated radio shows, and is a legal contributor for the Huffington Post.
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