What We Learn from Google in China

Open Internet Policy “don’t be evil” an albatross around Google’s neck is Danny Weitzner’s excellent account of the highlights of one of the more interesting panels at CFP this year.

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  1. Paul Gowder says:

    Uh, aren’t assertions like “don’t be evil” supposed to act as an albatross around the ‘ole neck? I mean, what a whinge. “We market ourselves as a non-evil company, but it’s so haaarrrddd to be non-evil when we collaborate with the Chinese dictatorship!” Oh, cry me a river Andy.

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