Cynthia Wong

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Fellow and staff attorney at the Center for Democracy and Technology

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Google first signaled its  displeasure with China  in January, after discovering that its source code had been hacked and that human rights activists' G-mail accounts had been…

As Google and China Square Off, What's the Fallout ?

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