TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Google Denies Acting Unlawfully

Re: Google Denies Acting Unlawfully
21 Feb 2006 23:13:48 -0800

Reuters News Wire wrote:

> The Beijing News reported on Tuesday that, the recently
> launched service that accommodates China's censorship demands, has not
> obtained the Internet content provider (ICP) license needed to operate
> Internet content services in China.

> But the China Business Times, a business paper with a sometimes
> nationalist slant, blasted Google for even telling users that links
> are censored.

> "Does a business operating in China need to constantly tell customers
> that it's abiding by the laws of the land?" it said, adding that
> Google had "incited" a debate about censorship.

The bottom of the China Business Times webpage has a number that looks
an awful lot like a license number, indicating that it's abiding by
the ICP law of that land.

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