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A FIRST: Americans Sue China Over Internet Censorship
Slip Slidin' Away: Google in China
Staff Attorney, MFY Legal Services, Inc.
China's internet censorship should not be condoned. But Google is not the champion of our moral values, nor should it be asked to be. The responsibility lies with us, through our elected officials and through our own actions.
More Power to Google in China: Why Does US-Backed Baidu.com Get a Pass?
Executive Director, First Amendment Coalition
Baidu is often described in the press as China's "home-grown" internet portal. But its stock trades on the NASDAQ exchange. And it is today majority-owned by institutional investors with names like Fidelity and Morgan Stanley.
Pirates Stealing Music in China...US...Pretty Much Everywhere.
Entrepreneur, International recording artist, Activist
Until there is some regulation, the world may never see the potential of so many songwriters, singers or artists that just can't afford to make music.
Why Google When You Can Baidu?
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