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U.S. Court: Chinese Search Engine's Censorship Is 'Free Speech' 284 284

jfruh writes: "You will probably not be surprised to learn that Chinese search giant Baidu censors a wide range of content, particularly political material deemed to be pro-democracy — and does so for users everywhere, not just in China. A group of activists filed suit against Baidu in New York for violating free speech laws, but the judge in the case declared (PDF) that, as a private entity in the United States, Baidu has the right to provide whatever kind of search results it wants, even for political reasons."
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U.S. Court: Chinese Search Engine's Censorship Is 'Free Speech'

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