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Google and Microsoft in China, Revisited

Mathew Stinson gives a comprehensive review of the recent discussions in the blogosphere on Google and Microsoft's censorship in China. He argues that Microsoft is commiting a bigger sin than Google. Meanwhile, he suggests that “a strong case can be made that even with the censorship, having MSN Spaces is better than the alternative of Chinese only being able to use domestic service providers“.

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