ERIC SCHMIDT on Chrome, privacy and Yahoo

Part 1, September 2 2008: Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, talks to Chrystia Freeland, US Managing Editor, about the release of their new web browser Google Chrome and their competition with Microsoft and Internet Explorer. Schmidt also discusses why Chrome is open source and how government controls decisions over data privacy, not users. He also talks about Google's relations with Mozilla and Yahoo. Next week, Ronald Williams of Aetna. If you have a question for Ronald Williams, please email it to the link below.