Google shareholders reject anti-censorship proposal

Jeremy Gordon, CEO of China Business Services, which help companies enter the Chinese market, blogged today on the China Business Blog about the interview he had with BBC’s 5 Live radio about the controversial Google’s censorship policy in China.

This came after the majority of Google shareholders voted against the anti-censorship proposal that requires the Google's management to stop censoring its search results in repressive countries.

You can listen -and download- to the interview on BBC’s 5 Live radio [the Friday 11th May, and it will be available for a week beginning today]

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