Google will stop censoring research results in China

On 13 enero 2010 by Semios

WIRED.com has published an article about Google changing their communication policy in China: they have decided to stop censoring search results, as they have been doing since 2006, as a concession to the Chinese government.

They know this could imply closing their business in the Asian country, but they know -in legal terms- that staying could be even more dangerous. Even if they´re are saving their necks, the decision they took them so long could also produce the effect of really being a voice against censorship… at least for he people who didn´t know about the long years they were censoring the search results in China.

The full article is available at: http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/01/google-censorship-china/

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