This could be interesting

Google haven’t exactly set records in China; they’re suffering at the hands of the home grown search engines and their image has been sullied internationally by the enforced censorship that they do.

Now that they’ve apparently stopped this censorship, I’m intrigued to see what happens. Will Google stick to their guns, or cave after a token few weeks? Will they (and the other international companies working in China) stop assisting in the crushing of dissent as well? How will the Chinese react?

All quite interesting, methinks.

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