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+ - Google recommends supporting censorship?

Submitted by watzinaneihm
watzinaneihm (627119) writes "In a recent SEC filing, it appears that Google is recommending that the shareholders vote against a proposal by some shareholders that would have unilaterally condemned censorship. It is pretty strange given that Google owned youtube has become the unofficial Voice of Tibet and Google has expressed some regret that it has to censor itself in China."
Censorship

+ - Youtube, Cable TV blocked in Pakistan

Submitted by watzinaneihm
watzinaneihm (627119) writes "In a spread of censorship to newer countries, it appears that Pakistan has blocked access to youtube blaming it for spreading anti-islamic cartoons. It is also reported that Cable TV channels are being blocked.
Pakistan recently held elections and its results have been difficult for the ruling president and ex army chief.
It is not clear if the censorship is an isolated event or part of a larger crackdown on media"
Yahoo!

+ - Google says MSFT-Yahoo merger bad for internet 2

Submitted by watzinaneihm
watzinaneihm (627119) writes "Google has, in a blog posting, called Yahoo-MSFT merger bad for the future of the internet. It is worried about the number of email and IM accounts this merged entity would control, while NY times has accused Google of a Microsoft fixation.
There is also speculation regarding whether Google in turn may raise a counterbid for Yahoo."

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