Google's "do no evil" saying

Google seems more than a little selective on what it thinks is good and bad behavior.

If Freedom is so important to Google, please explain why Google's search results in China are censored so as not to bring up any results concerning the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, sites supporting Tibet and Taiwan independence, the Falun Gong movement, and other information that the People's Republic of China doesn't like the Chinese people to know about or discuss?

Apple put the Dalai Lama into their advertising in 1997. Google deleted him from their search results in China in 2006. . . .

Some other problems with Google are discussed here.

From USA Today:

Google has been at loggerheads with the Chinese government since January, when Google said it would stop censoring its search results after it was hit by a cyberattack it traced to China.

China routinely blocks Internet content, restricting access to sites such as Facebook and YouTube. (Google started operations in China in 2006 and had censored search results since.)

Though Google executives have huddled with government officials about operating an unfiltered search engine, Chinese ministers have publicly said Google must continue to obey Chinese law or face consequences. . . .



Blogger Unknown said...

Google AdWords refuses to consider ANY website that focuses on firearms, from any perspective.


3/15/2010 10:15 PM  

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