Censorship Drives Google out of Red China

 

Internet censorship by the Communist Party leaders in China has driven Google, the world’s biggest Internet search engine, out of the country.

 

The Communists stopped Google from being available on the mainland after Google decided it was no longer going to abide by the government’s censorship rules on its search engine.

 

Google has tried to get the U.S. government and other companies to support its protest action against China’s neo-fascist, communist censorship rules, but the response has not been positive so far.

 

- Source:  Business Week, 03/25/10.

 

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