[ga] More on google censorshi
- To: General Assembly of the DNSO <ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [ga] More on google censorshi
- From: Jeff Williams <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2006 02:21:46 -0800
- Cc: "vinton g. cerf" <vint@xxxxxxxxxx>, james tierney <james.tierney@xxxxxxxxx>, Kay Bailey Hutchison <senator@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, essential ecom <ecommerce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Organization: INEGroup Spokesman
- Sender: owner-ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
All former DNSO GA members and other interested stakeholders/users,
Is google and other search engine companies on a selective
censorship binge? If so, could such be from influence of
Vint Cerf given his known propensity for same?
Why is it that wherever Vint Cerf hangs his hat these days...
First Worldcom/con now google... Hmmmm.... :(
Seems both sides of the political are together on this one...
"The U.S. Government is questioning Google in relation to corporate
behavior under anti-bribery laws. The government is also questioning
Yahoo, Microsoft and Cisco about their dealings with the Chinese
government. From the Red Herring article: "There is precedent for
the U.S. government establishing laws governing the conduct of U.S.
companies abroad. During 1977 the U.S. government enacted the Foreign
Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), which was substantially revised during
1988. The provisions of the FCPA prohibit the bribery of foreign
government officials by U.S. citizens and prescribe accounting and
record-keeping practices. Opponents of the law said it would severely
restrict the ability of U.S. companies to compete in many countries
where bribery was part of the commercial fabric." ats-tech wrote to
give us the link to Google's response to these events, via the
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