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Title: Searching for Internet Freedom in China: A Case Study on Google's China Experience
Authors: 李治安
LEE, JYH-AN;LIU, CHING-YI;LI,WEIPING
Contributors: 法科所
Keywords: China;Google Inc.;Internet governance;Search engines;Internet searching;Electronic commerce;Government regulation;Government accountability;Nongovernmental organizations
Date: 2013
Issue Date: 2013-12-03 16:44:57 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The article presents a case study on China's internet governance policies. It provides information that Google Inc., the U.S. internet service provider, had launched Google.cn, a Chinese search engine, in 2006 but Chinese government disapproved its search results. It reveals that such policies had affected Google's business so much that it has terminated its physical search-engine operations in China. It discusses several strategies that can be used by Internet related companies, national governments, and non-governmental organizations to solve such accountability crises. It depicts that the research has been based on a classic single case approach.
Relation: Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, 31(2), 405-434
Data Type: article
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