The New York Times
By THE EDITORS
Google¡¯s showdown with China over censorship now leaves the company with few choices. On Monday, it closed its Internet search service in China and redirected users to its uncensored search engine in Hong Kong. But government firewalls were able to disrupt searches on that site, and China is expected to retaliate in other ways, like canceling Google¡¯s deal with China¡¯s biggest cellular company.
Should Google take a harder stance and withdraw from China completely? Should multinationals like Google play a greater role in challenging China¡¯s policies?
- Ai Weiwei, artist and political activist
- Oded Shenkar, author, ¡°The Chinese Century¡±
- Lauren Gelman, Center for Internet and Society
- James Andrew Lewis, Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Dan Blumenthal, American Enterprise Institute
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