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Google has become the latest company to kowtow to the fascist Chinese governments demands on internet content and thus has sold out on its corporate mantra Dont be evil Googlecn launched yesterday will censor ALL politically sensitive material the regime demands thus restricting access to thousands of sensitive terms see my article on Wikipedia and banned words web sites and make searching for information on topics such as Tibet Taiwanese independence and the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre even harder It will make it easier to discover all the evil acts committed by the Japanese 65 years ago however Google has the afron to argue that it could play a more useful role in China by participating than by boycotting it but the evidence as far as I can see points otherwise as Reporters Without Borders agrees describing the launch as a black day for freedom of expression in China and explaining that while they justify themselves by saying their presence has a long-term benefits in truth the internet in China is becoming more and more isolated from the outside world and freedom of expression there is shrinking Free Tibet says that Google endorses censorship and repressionWith this move Googles motto do no evil is in smithereens This also further contradicts those political leaders who attempt to convince us that foreign business can change China for the better It also decries the fact that Google Earth dosnt recognise the word Tibet As a brief recap Beijing has hired thousands of web watchdogs to watch over the capitals cybercafeacutes and internet service providers Last year Yahoo supplied data to China that was used as evidence to jail a Chinese journalist for 10 years while last wek ignoring the US governments demands to do likewise Let me end by offering the money quote from US Congressman Chris Smith said it was astounding that Google whose company motto is Dont Be Evil would
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