Google + Chinese Government = Happily Ever After

If you’re the kind of person who gets warm fuzzies whenever you think of Google, consider this: The company has decided to abide by China’s censorship laws–blocking out certain search results, as well as disallowing the use of blogs and emails on its systems.

Which, of course, raises the question: Was Google’s decision to resist the U.S. government’s request for information on its users motivated by concern for free speech, or rather by the desire to look good to its young, educated clients here in the U.S.?


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