This week in pictures: HTML5 strikes twice

Also, the Senate votes to keep net neutrality rules, Barnes & Noble launches the Nook Tablet, Zynga grabs back IPO shares from 'undeserving' workers, and our robot overlords continue to render humans obsolete.

By , ITworld |  Software, Adobe Flash, HTML5

Alan Davidson

Google Director of Public Policy Alan Davidson (L) refers to a chart showing how users must opt-in to share location data, at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing titled "Protecting Mobile Privacy: Your Smartphones, Tablets, Cell Phones and Your Privacy" on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 10, 2011.

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Google's director of public policy quits at critical time
Google has lost the man who has led its government relations efforts in the Americas for more than six years, at a time when the company's operations face intense scrutiny from legislators and regulators. Read more.

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