Can Google and China Make Amends?

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Earlier this year, Google announced it would no longer submit to Chinese censorship, but would re-route Internet users to sites in Hong Kong. China called it “unacceptable,” and today was the day that Google's license to operate in China expired. The deadline passed without any announcement from China. Rebecca MacKinnon, visiting fellow at Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy, testified today before the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission on China's information-control practices.




Warren Olney