Episode 4: Google and China

Please watch the new episode in our video series. Topic of the day is Google’s pull-out of China.

The next episode will be published later this week.

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  6. I agree with Google’s decision to stop censoring their material although it resulted sacrificing profits in short run. If a consumer looks at their Corporate Philosophy and the “ten things they know to be true,” one would see that they preach that there is a “need for information to cross all boarders.” If this is the case, there is no way they can let the Chinese Government censor peoples searches; it plainly goes against one of their ten core principles. In the long run, because Google operates in many democratic countries, people will see this as a stand against government censorship as a favorable and noble act. Moreover, as China becomes less and less as controlling as it used to be, Google will be able to re-enter the market and gain that market share back without having to go against what they stand for as a company.

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