Censorship in China divides Americans – Therese Poletti

From the Mercury News (link):

Americans are sharply divided over whether Internet companies like Google and Yahoo should allow their content to be censored in China, according to a survey to be released Tuesday by a Michigan-based think tank.

About 47 percent of 1,056 respondents said they believed content companies should not allow such censorship, while 40 percent believed companies should comply with restrictions. Thirteen percent were undecided.

The online survey was conducted by the Ponemon Institute in Elk Rapids, Mich., a research institute founded in 2002 by Larry Ponemon, a privacy advocate.


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