Google says to "abide by the Chinese law" in order to renew license

Read entire article HERE.

" Guxiang had said it will "ensure the company will provide no law-breaking contents as stated in the 57th statement in China's regulations concerning telecommunications."

The 57th statement in China's regulations concerning telecommunications, which Guxiang promised to follow, stipulates that any organization or individual is prohibited from using the Internet to spread any content that attempts to subvert state power, undermine national security, infringe on national reputation and interests, or that incites ethnic hatred and secession, transmits pornography and violence."
Note: Anything for a buck. This is the example Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, (Fear in a Suit) uses to convince the American people that internet censorship is necessary so we can live in a nice peaceful dictatorship.

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