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Google Hacked, May Pull Out of China

January 12th, 2010 01:01 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

D H NG writes “Following a sophisticated attack on Google infrastructure originating from China late last year, Google has decided to take ‘a new approach’ to China. In their investigation, Google found that more than 20 large companies had been infiltrated and dozens of Chinese human rights activists’ Gmail accounts had been compromised. Google has decided to ‘review the feasibility of [its] business operations in China,’ no longer censoring results in Google.cn, and if necessary, to ‘shut down Google.cn, and potentially [Google's] offices in China.’”

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