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Author Topic: Code of conduct for search engine leaders  (Read 1549 times)

40hz

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Code of conduct for search engine leaders
« on: August 09, 2008, 03:04:56 PM »
Just read an interesting article over at Daily Tech

http://www.dailytech...ina/article12592.htm

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Three Internet Search Leaders Work Together on Code for Dealing with China
Shane McGlaun (Blog) - August 6, 2008 4:25 PM

   
Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft say the code of conduct will be ready later this year

Microsoft and Yahoo might not be able to agree on anything concerning a buyout of Yahoo's search service, but there is one thing the two companies can agree on -- a code of conduct for dealing with China is needed.

Microsoft, Yahoo, and search industry leader Google have joined together to draft a code of conduct for dealing with China and other countries that restrict internet liberties. The three firms say that the agreement between them is voluntary and that the core principals will be announced later this year.

Is China somehow unique in what they're doing?

Anyone care to comment?
« Last Edit: August 09, 2008, 03:07:06 PM by 40hz »