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Do No Evil Chinese Censorship

  1. Not Even a Little Evil

    And while everyone seems to claim that Google's actions in this case, and in the infamous case of Chinese censorship, violated their motto of "Don't Be Evil," it seems that very few people actually read Google's explanation of their de facto motto.

  2. Brin Suggests Google Might Reverse Chinese Censorship In The Short Term; Meanwhile, China Ramps Up Blocks

    It's perfectly reasonable to do something different, to say, 'Look, we're going to stand by the principle against censorship and we won't actually operate there. The "not where we chose to go right now" sort of defused the idea that dropping...

  3. Google Created EvilRank Scale To Decide On Chinese Censorship

    Apparently, not being in China at all would have been a 10 on the EvilRank scale while bending to Chinese censorship demands was somewhat less evil than that (ER2? Google has not once suggested that failure to bend to Chinese censorship demands...

  4. How Google Censors Itself For China & Paid Exclusion As Being Evil

    Google Agrees To Chinese Censorship at our Search Engine Watch Forums. If this is what's happening -- if censorship in China from Google means a combination of blacklisted sites but automated filtering -- then it explains some of the disclosure...