Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that Chinese cyber attacks on Google's servers has prompted the search giant to threaten to close down its China operations unless Beijing backs off and allows the company to operate an unfiltered search engine. Look for the U.S. government to step in a settle the dispute with a compromise. R.C.J.
Google claims that cyber attacks originating in China last month breached its (and 20 other company's) corporate servers to read the e-mail of Chinese human rights advocates. Google's threat to pull the plug on its Chinese operations is commendable, but if you inspect Google's declaration closely, you will find ample elbow room for remaining in the Chinese market, prompting me to predict that the issue will likely be settled through a high-level political compromises as part of ongoing U.S.-Chinese trade talks.
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