Dave Stancliff Google may leave China in wake of hacker attacks blogarama.com

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Google may leave China in wake of hacker attacks

Google chief Eric Schmidt, second from left, and executives Kai-Fu Lee, center, and Johnny Chou, right, at the 2006 launch of the company's Chinese-language brand name, Gu Ge. (Doug Kanter / Bloomberg News)

It looks like Google is going to stand up against the economic giant China. It’s about time. Human rights are non-existent in China and the rest of the world turns it head and ignores the situation because they’re a superpower now. I say bravo to the Google gang for getting rid of those thieves!

Excerpt:

The company said it believed that a key goal of the attackers was to access the e-mail accounts of Chinese human rights activists, raising the possibility that China's government not only may have hacked in to Google but also may have been using the company's network to conduct political espionage.”

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1 comment:

kymk said...

Hooray for Google. They module great company behavior for the rest of the world.