After leaving China in 2010 over censorship disputes with the Chinese government, Google is...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 13, 2013
While in Hong Kong for the annual Wikimania conference, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales told the Wall Street Journal that he will not censor his site in order to enter China: Since early June, in the lead-up to the anniversary...
by Xiao Qiang | Sep 11, 2006
From The Observer: The founder of Wikipedia, the online encyclopaedia written by its users, has defied the Chinese government by refusing to bow to censorship of politically sensitive entries. Jimmy Wales, one of the 100 most influential people in the world according to Time magazine, challenged other internet companies, including Google, to justify their claim […]
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