Why Google matters to China

03/19/2010 | Washington Post, The

The possibility that Google will no longer operate in China because of alleged government censorship is a source of great concern to bloggers, human-rights activists, academics and ordinary Web users, who fear their country will become further isolated from the outside world. "Without Google, our academic research will be seriously affected," said biologist Ma Yuanye. "If Google is blocked, we will see nothing but darkness."

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