Google 与中国的战斗

连 ZDNet 这样的技术网站都登了。

Assessing Google’s showdown with China: Does it make sense?

by Larry Dignan

On the surface, Google’s threat to shut down its China operations after a cyberattack on its infrastructure looks like sheer business lunacy. How can the search giant give up on the world’s biggest growth market? It’s easier than you’d think.

我的观点,就象我贴在 ZDNet 上的那样:

I support google, like always, and I hate Picasa always being blocked by CHN government. But I only have one big question: WHAT IF Osama bin Laden USES GMAIL TO SEND BOMBING MSGS TO EVERY TERRORIST IN THE WORLD? IN SOME ISLAMIC WORLDS, HIS BEHAVIOR SYMBOLIZES “HUMAN RIGHTS”. DOES CIA AUTHORIZE GOOGLE TO CRACK THESE ACCOUNTS?

一位网友则一阵见血的指出了 Google 的本质

Taking a stand? Funny, when the money was coming in

Google was more then willing (happy) to turn a blind eye to human rights issues in China. But now that it’s Google’s “rights” (IP) that have been violated, they’re suddenly “concerned” about human rights issues in China? They’re taking a stand allright: a stand for Google’s profits.

Posted by: John Zern   Posted on: 01/12/10  (Edited: 01/12/2010 @ 08:40)


Situation in India

In India, google gives off any personal information to police if asked and Maharashtra Police used to nab people from across India who make critical orkut communities. It is clear that only if its money/business is violated google gets the pain. Not human rights.

Posted by: danishvet   Posted on: 01/12/10

共有 13 条评论

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    马克思资本论早有论述。不知道我爸以后还能用 google earth 不?那是他老人家为数不多的爱好之一。

  2. Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

    我也超爱 google 的东东啊,picasa 不能用已经够我难受一阵了 g earth 不能用我就疯了

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    :哈哈,“阳澄湖涨出无数河蟹,民众吃个不停”nico:跟共产主义关系不大~Sunny:Picasa 不可以用很久了


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