Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Bill Gates, Red China Doll.


Bill Gates has pooh-poohed concerns about internet censorship in Red China (yes, we still think that way), undercutting Secretary of State Clinton calls for greater freedom of expression there and Google's claims that Red Chinese operatives have conducted cyber espionage against its employees. Gates claimed that internet censorship in Red China is "limited", comparable to internet restrictions that exist in other countries, and easy to bypass. "[And] so you've got to decide: Do you want to obey the laws of the countries you're in, or not?" said Mr. Gates. Yes, Mr. Gates you certainly have asked the right question. Alas, throw another industrialist on the Totalitarian Collaborator Pile.

1 comment:

Joel said...

Steal an operating system, market it like hell, and you too can reach to the masses on the equivalence of all world governing systems. How many centuries until a Bill Gates is allowed to rise out of China?