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Microsoft's 'Don't Be Evil' Dilemma


Microsoft's 'Don't Be Evil' Dilemma

But Danny O'Brien, a digital civil liberties activist with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, argues that Microsoft might actually gain users by taking a more liberal approach and offering more information than Baidu. "At this point, it behooves Bing to become the least censored search engine in China," he says. "Maybe it's time it used its lack of obedience to what the Chinese authorities want as a selling point. Perhaps free speech is part of the brand of American companies abroad."

Thursday, January 21, 2010

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