There are a few articles floating around the web about web users reaction to government interest in Google search data and Google's approach in China. In the New York Times,...

There are a few articles floating around the web about web users reaction to government interest in Google search data and Google's approach in China.

In the New York Times, an article describes users concerns that they may be found guilty of something if they stumble upon improper content during an innocent search. One interviewee told the paper about her concerns for following the Palestinian elections:

"If I followed my curiosity and did some Web research, going to Web sites of the parties involved, I would honestly wonder whether someone in my government would someday see my name on a list of people who went to ‘terrorist' Web sites," she said.

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