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Reality Check on Google-China Saga

Reporting over at Dark Reading, Gadi Evron writes: "We've all heard about the Chinese attacks against Google by now. We've heard of Google's moral standing, how corporations now impact international relations, and how censorship is bad and freedom is good. However, some important questions lost in the fog of war need to be asked. Nobody knows for sure that it was China who attacked Google and the other affected corporations, and if they do, they are not saying so publicly. In fact, Google's CEO Eric Schmidt told Newsweek that he has no clear evidence, but invites us to draw our own conclusions."

Read full story: Dark Reading

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