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Break those links

13 January 2010 By John Foley

The search giant cites a vendetta against free speech as the reason it may pull out of China. But commercial factors probably play a role too. Google now has a chance to regain ethical credentials it compromised at China’s behest, and earn valuable political goodwill elsewhere.

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