Guobin Yang

Associate Professor of Asian Cultures, Barnard College

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Associate Professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Cultures at Barnard College and author of The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online

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When it started business in China four years ago, Google agreed to censor Internet searches on Tiananmen Square, Tibet, and Falun Gong.

Google in China and Cyber-espionage

When it started business in China four years ago, Google agreed to censor Internet searches on Tiananmen Square, Tibet, and Falun Gong.

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When it started business in China four years ago, Google agreed to censor Internet searches on Tiananmen Square, Tibet, and Falun Gong.  Now Google says  those days are over  -- even…

Google in China and Cyber-espionage

When it started business in China four years ago, Google agreed to censor Internet searches on Tiananmen Square, Tibet, and Falun Gong.  Now Google says those days are over -- even…

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