More on Google and China

By  |  Wednesday, January 13, 2010 at 9:59 am

The day’s big tech news continues to be Google’s statement about its discovery of cyberattacks on its systems targeting Chinese human rights workers, and its decision to terminate the censored version of Google in China as a response. Secretary of State Clinton says she looks to the Chinese government for an explanation, and will have more to say on the matter. And James Fallows, who knows more about China than most of us ever will, has some smart–but gloomy–things to say about the matter.

 
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