WSJ on the Debate at Google Over China

Jessica E. Vascellaro, reporting for the WSJ:

Mr. Schmidt made the argument he long has, according to these people, namely that it is moral to do business in China in an effort to try to open up the regime. Mr. Brin strenuously argued the other side, namely that the company had done enough trying and that it could no longer justify censoring its search results.

How the debate ultimately resolved itself remains unclear.

Actually, it seems pretty clear how it resolved.

Thursday, 14 January 2010