January 13, 2010
Written by Sue · Filed Under Technology
7 Responses to “Google Ready to Leave China: ‘Don’t be Evil’ Pledge Strained by China’s Abuses”
I think you mean “censored,” not “censured.”
1. An expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism.
2. An official rebuke, as by a legislature of one of its members.
[...] Google Ready to Leave China: 'Don't be Evil Pledge' Strained by … [...]
Thank you for catching that.
[...] but it’s the Why that has the White House and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton involved. Google’s threat to leave China came after the search engine giant discovered it was a victim of a massive cyberattack from within China. The [...]
[...] discovering a series of cyber attacks waged by Chinese hackers against Google and other U.S. firms, targeting human rights activists, Google announced on Tuesday [...]
[...] made a startling announcement on Tuesday on its company blog, saying that the search engine firm was prepared to leave China due to ongoing censorship issues with the government, as well as the discovery that Chinese hackers [...]
[...] announced it would cease censoring its search engine results and threatened to leave China, after discovering breaches of Gmail accounts of human rights [...]
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