Stewart M. Patrick

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Guest Post: Clash of Interpretations: Was the UN “Attacked”? » CHINA-USA/GOOGLE/

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People use computers in an internet cafe at the centre of Shanghai January 13, 2010. Google Inc may pull out of China because of censorship and cyber attacks on rights activists, further straining Sino-U.S. relations as Washington prepared to tackle global Internet censorship. Google, the world’s top search engine, said on Tuesday it may close down its Chinese-language google.cn website and shut its offices after it uncovered sophisticated China-based attacks on human rights activists People use computers in an internet cafe in Shanghai (Nir Elias/ Courtesy Reuters).

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