The China Google Debate (April 2010)

The future of Google, the world's most popular search engine, may be in doubt in China. US-based Google says it is prepared to end operations in China after uncovering a string of cyberspace attacks on email accounts including those of some Chinese human rights activists. Despite strict controls limiting what Chinese citizens can access online, Google says it will no longer censor its search results, even if it means abandoning the biggest Internet market in the world.

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