I actually don’t really get why Google is making this thing flame up in the first place. I understand their attitude and anger from the cyber attacks, but what’s with the sudden “Human rights and censoring” issue? Aren’t they there to make money as a company and not some social political head figure? Get your priorities straight. If so, then why care about these issues if it doesn’t even affect their business. Also, they gave me the impression of trying to bluff and made indications that they were going to leave China all together. Then it turns out they still want money and decided to move to Hong Kong instead, which doesn’t really do anything. Okay, now they opened up the censoring, but the Chinese government is still filtering, so nothing happened. Literally, their action didn’t do anything, they ran in a circle. Clarifying this would help me greatly, because otherwise I just think Google was bluffing and it got called upon so now they moved to cover up that attempt and fail….Though I thought it was a bad move business wise since the number 1 search engine isn’t Google, it’s Baidu. So just by pulling out of there, they would give Baidu so much more business opportunities. And people using Google before just move to Baidu….
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