Google Censors China Search: A Dangerous Game

The United States of America is engaged in a fight to spread freedom and democracy. Two notable examples of this are Iraq and Afghanistan, where over a hundred and fifty thousand American troops are deployed. However, this struggle has many more fronts. With Google as the next one, what impacts do we face?
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Censorship in China: Cost of Doing Business?

Google’s creation of a local, censored website in China caused quite an uproar. But it was the last major U.S.-based search engine to do so, after MSN and Yahoo!. Did it really deserve the criticism it received? Is compromising principles simply a cost of doing business? Or is the situation far more complicated than it looks?
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