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Friday, February 09, 2007 

Message to Google


Message to Google
Originally uploaded by RebeccaMacK.

Isaac Mao, in an open letter to Google: "Google is ever regarded not only a leading Internet business, but a hope for many people around the world to open their thinking. Many bloggers in China still believes that in their everyday writings. We guess you were misled by incomplete information on how censorship is good to Chinese people. The fact is Google in the 130M-Internet-Users country is losing loyal users with loosing your principles. We understand its tough to anyone to make decisions. But it high time to change it back to the right track."

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