Financial Times: Google’s Beautiful China Paradox, Thomas Hazlett


Google’s capitulation to China’s “internet-filtering technology” – in its deal to launch a China-based version of its internet search service that will actively censor results – outwardly looks like the sort of bargain a money-grubbing capitalist strikes with the devil. In some respects it is. But therein lies its paradoxical beauty.  Full article available at  Also available by [PDF Download] on Prof. Hazlett’s faculty profile.

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