Το Google στην Κίνα – επίσημα

by admin • On 29-01-2006 • AT 12:47 pm • 1 ΣΧΟΛΙΟ
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[…] Launching a Google domain that restricts information in any way isn’t a step we took lightly. For several years, we’ve debated whether entering the Chinese market at this point in history could be consistent with our mission and values. […]

[…] Filtering our search results clearly compromises our mission. Failing to offer Google search at all to a fifth of the world’s population, however, does so far more severely.[…]

[…] No, we’re not going to offer some Google products, such as Gmail or Blogger, on Google.cn until we’re comfortable that we can do so in a manner that respects our users’ interests in the privacy of their personal communications. And yes, Chinese regulations will require us to remove some sensitive information from our search results. When we do so, we’ll disclose this to users, just as we already do in those rare instances where we alter results in order to comply with local laws in France, Germany and the U.S.[…]

Η απάντηση και οι απαραίτητες επεξηγήσεις για το τι συνέβει με το Google και την Κίνα έρχεται από το επίσημο blog του Google. Τα επιχειρήματα είναι λογικά και σύμφωνα με το “Don’t be evil” Google motto, είναι όμως και η κινεζική αγορά τεράστια και τα υποσχόμενα κέρδη από τις διαφημίσεις… πολλά!

Our informal corporate motto is “Don’t be evil.”We Googlers generally relate those words to the way we serve our users – as well we should. But being “a different kind of company” means more than the products we make and the business we’re building; it means making sure that our core values inform our conduct in all aspects of our lives as Google employees.

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