Thursday, January 26, 2006

Google move 'black day' for China

What Google do in China is a matter for the Chinese. What worries me is what would they do if the British or US Governments asked them "for anti-terrorism reasons" (or whatever) to manipulate search results.

I guess I already know the answer. Lenin said that a capitalist would sell you the rope with which to hang him. It seems that in this respect, if no other, he was right.

For a company with the motto "do no evil", this is not a good day. Anyone know how to fix Safari so that the search window takes me somewhere other than Google - somewhere not involved in keeping the truth from a quarter of mankind?

BBC NEWS | Technology | Google move 'black day' for China

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