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Together, we can help shape the policy conversation and have an impact on regulations that affect you — and your business.

Over the past year and a half, the pandemic has created challenges for American businesses. And we’ve heard from many of you how digital tools have helped your business to adapt, recover, and reach new customers, in spite of those challenges.

Some of you have also expressed concerns about proposed regulations in Congress that would have unintended consequences for your business and could disrupt many of the digital tools you rely on every day.

If passed, these bills could cost your business time and money by:

  • Making it harder for customers to find you because your business listing (including your phone number, address, and business hours) may no longer appear on Google Search and Maps.

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  • Making your digital marketing less effective if Google Ads products are disconnected from each other and from Google Analytics.

  • Hurting your productivity if Gmail, Docs, and Calendar are split up and they no longer work together seamlessly.

Google’s public policy team is working with members of Congress to share concerns about how these bills could impact businesses like yours. If you’re interested in learning more about these bills and other potential legislation, their impact on your business, and what you can do about it, we invite you to sign up to stay informed.

We look forward to keeping you up-to-date on what this and other legislation could mean for you and providing you the opportunity to have your voice heard.

For even more information on these bills, see why the Connected Commerce Council, Chamber of Progress, and US Chamber of Commerce oppose these bills.

Together, we can be an important voice in the policy conversation about regulations that affect you - and your business.