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Saturday, January 28, 2006

Fighting the Fight: The Anti-Censorship, Anti-Google Blogroll

While Students for a Free Tibet is leading the opposition to Google's partnership with China to censor information and spread propaganda, other organizations and blogs have also expressed righteous outrage at Google. Some have created other jammed logos, many have written extensively on Google's hypocrisy. Here's a list of links to blogs and websites.
Note: Many of the blogs linked above have multiple posts on Google's partnership with China.

4 Comments:

  • At 5:05 AM, Anonymous David Huang said…

    It may be nice she is riding on the anti-Google bandwagon but Michelle Malkin is a very controversial figure as she is the author of a book that defends the WWII internment camps that were so shamefully perpetrated on Japanese American citizens and destroyed so many innocent lives.

     
  • At 11:59 AM, Blogger Philo said…

    David, I'm NOT a fan of Malkin at all. But she's done good work on this issue and her posting our logo or linking to our site would bring massive, needed attention to Tibet and China. I'll take the sort of attention she (or any of these conservative bloggers) in a heartbeat if it gives us the opportunity to raise awareness about Tibet. It's a situation with unusual bedfellows, but the fact is conservative bloggers have really picked up the Google censorship story, while only a few liberals have.

     
  • At 9:36 PM, Anonymous david huang said…

    Understood about unusual bedfellows, it is a difficult call. I personally would not have associated with Michelle Malkin in this campaign. I've visited Tule Lake internment camp and talked to many internees and learned much of the horrors dealt upon so many Japanese Americans. Thus so I am sensitive on the issue. Anyone who would support and argue for such a horrific thing I feel must be fought and not joined with.

     
  • At 10:59 PM, Anonymous Gaaagle said…

    Hi, get Gaaagle.com opn your blogroll too.
    thanks,
    Gaaagle

     

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