Google’s actions are totally wrong say China

By Alan Ng - Mar 25, 2010

We have more on the ongoing tussle between Google and China now, as China has called Google’s actions to censor all traffic to their Hong Kong website, ‘totally wrong’.

As reported from BusinessWeek, Google are now thought to be seeking help from other companies as well as the U.S government, to put pressure on the Chinese government following over their ‘alleged’ human-rights violations.

However, not all companies are with Google on this matter, as Danny Sullivan, editor-in-chief of the web site Search Engine Land stated: “Just because the situation got bad for you doesn’t mean it’s bad for everybody else.”

What are your thoughts on the ongoing saga between Google and China? We’ll update you when we know more.

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