BBC: Chinese bloggers debate Google
January 27th, 2006

(Via Communities Dominate Brands)

In an excellent example of great digital journalism, BBC News presents the perspective of a number of different Chinese bloggers in regard to Google’s decision to be only a little evil in acquiescing to China’s demand for a censored version of its search engine within China.

Yan-Sham-Shackleton: “I’ll support kicking up a fuss about American companies.”

Roland Soong: “Better to have something than nothing”:

Chinese Loafer: “There’s too much media emphasis on censorship in China”

Kevin Wen: “We don’t need people continually reminding us of censorship.”

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