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Uccidere l'entusiasmo 13.01.10

Quegli scettici di TechCrunch sull'affaire Google in Cina.

Enter the now famous blog post (that was notably, only on the English-language site) saying that Google was no longer playing by the Chinese government's rules and was prepared to close down Chinese operations if it came to that. Valley elites erupted into applause on Twitter and blogs saying Google was showing more backbone than the US government and was a model of integrity for the world.

I'll give Google this much: They're taking a bad situation and making something good out of it, both from a human and business point of view. I'm not saying human rights didn't play into the decision, but this was as much about business.