Clerk of the House of Representatives Legislative Resource Center B-106 Cannon Building Washington, DC 20515

Secretary of the Senate Office of Public Records 232 Hart Building Washington, DC 20510

http://lobbyingdisclosure.house.gov

http://www.senate.gov/lobby

LOBBYING REPORT Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 (Section 5)

- All Filers Are Required to Complete This Page

1. Registrant Name

Self Employed Individual



Organization/Lobbying Firm

Google Inc. 2. Address

Check if different than previously reported

Address1

1101 New York Ave. NW

City

Washington

Address2

Second Floor

State

DC

Zip Code

State

CA

Zip Code 94043

20005

-

Country

USA

-

Country

USA

3. Principal place of business (if different than line 2) City

Mountain View

4a. Contact Name

b. Telephone Number c. E-mail

5. Senate ID#

International Number

Alan Davidson 7. Client Name



[email protected] 320510-12

(202) 346-1220

Self

6. House ID#

Check if client is a state or local government or instrumentality

394790000

Google Inc. TYPE OF REPORT

8. Year

2010

Q1 (1/1 - 3/31)



Q2 (4/1 - 6/30)

Q3 (7/1-9/30)

Q4 (10/1 - 12/31)

9. Check if this filing amends a previously filed version of this report 10. Check if this is a Termination Report

Termination Date

11. No Lobbying Issue Activity

INCOME OR EXPENSES - YOU MUST complete either Line 12 or Line 13 12. Lobbying

13. Organizations

INCOME relating to lobbying activities for this reporting period was:

EXPENSE relating to lobbying activities for this reporting period were:

Less than $5,000

Less than $5,000

$5,000 or more

$

Provide a good faith estimate, rounded to the nearest $10,000, of all lobbying related income from the client (including all payments to the registrant by any other entity for lobbying activities on behalf of the client).

$5,000 or more



$

$1,380,000.00

Check box to indicate expense 14. REPORTING accounting method. See instructions for description of options. ✔

Method A. Reporting amounts using LDA definitions only Method B. Reporting amounts under section 6033(b)(8) of the Internal Revenue Code

Method C. Reporting amounts under section 162(e) of the Internal Revenue Code

Signature

Filed Electronically

Date

4/19/2010

Printed Name and Title Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs v6.0.1f

13 1 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

ADV

(one per page)

ADVERTISING

16. Specific lobbying issues

Regulation of online advertising; privacy and competition issues surrounding online advertising.

17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate, Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Alan

Davidson

Johanna

Shelton

Pablo

Chavez

Seth

Webb

Will

DeVries

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)

New





Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 2 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

CPT

(one per page)

COPYRIGHT/PATENT/TRADEMARK

16. Specific lobbying issues

General intellectual property issues; patent reform: S. 515 and H.R. 1260 - Patent Reform Act of 2009; general copyright issues, including fair use and DMCA safe harbor issues; copyright issues related to the Google Book Search settlement; orphan works; general trademark issues; United States government enforcement efforts and strategic plans. 17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate, Office of Management & Budget (OMB), Commerce, Dept of (DOC)

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Alan

Davidson

Johanna

Shelton

Robert

Tai

Seth

Webb

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)



New

Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 3 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

CSP

(one per page)

CONSUMER ISSUES/SAFETY/PRODUCTS

16. Specific lobbying issues General online consumer protection issues; general consumer privacy and data security issues; cybersecurity issues, including cloud computing: S. 773 - Cybersecurity Act of 2009, S. 921 - United States Information and Communications Enhancement Act of 2009, and S. 3155 - International Cybercrime Reporting and Cooperation Act; online child safety protection issues: H.R. 3222 - Adolescent Web Awareness Requires Education Act; S. 1490 - Personal Data Privacy Security Act of 2009; content regulation.

17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate, Executive Office of the President (EOP), Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Alan

Davidson

Dorothy

Chou

Harry

Wingo

Johanna

Shelton

Pablo

Chavez

Robert

Tai

Seth

Webb

Will

DeVries

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)

New







Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 4 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

ENG

(one per page)

ENERGY/NUCLEAR

16. Specific lobbying issues

Renewable energies, including investment in solar, wind, and enhanced geothermal technologies; federal energy standards and incentives; electricity grid upgrades (SmartGrid), provisions to accelerate the commercialization of plug-in vehicles; consumer energy information. 17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), Energy, Dept of

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Harry

Wingo

Richard

Whitt

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)



New

Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 5 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

FOR

(one per page)

FOREIGN RELATIONS

16. Specific lobbying issues

International freedom of expression and censorship: H.R. 2271 - Global Online Freedom Act of 2009; H.R. 4784 - Internet Freedom Act of 2010; general export control issues 17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate, Executive Office of the President (EOP), Commerce, Dept of (DOC), U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), State, Dept of (DOS)

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Alan

Davidson

Dorothy

Chou

Harry

Wingo

Johanna

Shelton

Pablo

Chavez

Robert

Tai

Seth

Webb

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)

New





Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 6 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

HCR

(one per page)

HEALTH ISSUES

16. Specific lobbying issues

Health information technology and online privacy.

17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

Office of Management & Budget (OMB)

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name Harry

Last Name

Suffix

v6.0.1f

New

Wingo

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title

Covered Official Position (if applicable)



Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 7 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

LBR

(one per page)

LABOR ISSUES/ANTITRUST/WORKPLACE

16. Specific lobbying issues

Openness and competition in the online services market.

17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Johanna

Shelton

Seth

Webb

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)



New

Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 8 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

SCI

(one per page)

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY

16. Specific lobbying issues

Encouraging accessibility of public sector information; encouraging development and deployment of cloud computing technology; Congressional Internet Service Usage Rules and Policies, including cloud computing. 17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Harry

Wingo

Johanna

Shelton

Seth

Webb

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)



New

Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 9 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

SMB

(one per page)

SMALL BUSINESS

16. Specific lobbying issues

Issues regarding benefits of cloud computing for small business; general online small business advertising issues. 17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Johanna

Shelton

Seth

Webb

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)



New

Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 10 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

TAX

(one per page)

TAXATION/INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

16. Specific lobbying issues

International tax reform.

17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

Office of Management & Budget (OMB)

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name Harry

Last Name

Suffix

v6.0.1f

New

Wingo

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title

Covered Official Position (if applicable)



Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 11 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

TEC

(one per page)

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

16. Specific lobbying issues Open internet access: H.R. 2902 - Broadband Internet Fairness Act; net neutrality; broadband policies; online privacy and data practices; national broadband plan; cable set top box proceedings; Telecommunications Act of 1996 Section 230 liability; S. 649 - Radio Spectrum Inventory Act; intercarrier compensation reform; issues surrounding online voice applications; H.R. 1258 and S. 30 - Truth in Caller ID Act of 2010; H.R. 3125 - Radio Spectrum Inventory Act; H.R. 3019 - Spectrum Relocation Improvement Act of 2009; H.R. 4504 - Standards for Internet Non-Censorship Act of 2010.

17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate, Executive Office of the President (EOP), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Commerce, Dept of (DOC), Justice, Dept of (DOJ), State, Dept of (DOS)

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Alan

Davidson

Johanna

Shelton

Pablo

Chavez

Richard

Whitt

Seth

Webb

Will

DeVries

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)

New





Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 12 Page ______ of ______

Registrant

Google Inc.

Client Name

Google Inc.

LOBBYING ACTIVITY. Select as many codes as necessary to reflect the general issue areas in which the registrant engaged in lobbying on behalf of the client during the reporting period. Using a separate page for each code, provide information as requested. Add additional page(s) as needed.

15. General issue area code

TRD

(one per page)

TRADE (DOMESTIC/FOREIGN)

16. Specific lobbying issues

Freedom of expression in international trade agreements; intellectual property in international trade agreements, including the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement; international freedom of expression and censorship: H.R. 2271 Global Online Freedom Act of 2009; general Google Earth issues; general YouTube issues. 17. House(s) of Congress and Federal agencies

Check if None

House of Representatives, Senate, Commerce, Dept of (DOC), Executive Office of the President (EOP), U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)

18. Name of each individual who acted as a lobbyist in this issue area First Name

Last Name

Alan

Davidson

Dorothy

Chou

Johanna

Shelton

Pablo

Chavez

Seth

Webb

Suffix

19. Interest of each foreign entity in the specific issues listed on line 16 above

Printed Name and Title v6.0.1f

Covered Official Position (if applicable)

New





Check if None

Alan Davidson, Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs 13 13 Page ______ of ______

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