Watch this Youtube video: [url removed, login to view] which shows how difficult it can be in other countries, even for journalists.
Read this case study, titled Google in China: The Great Firewall, written by Wilson, K., Ramos, Y., and Harvey, D. (2007) from The Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. (Note: The case study is 21 pages in length; however, you need only read the main article, which is about 10 pages long.)
Now review this recent article from The New York Times concerning Google’s withdrawal from the Chinese market over issues of censorship.
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In essay format, answer the following questions:
Which factors best explain why Google was so successful in the first place? Were any of these conditions for success put in jeopardy by the decision to launch [url removed, login to view]
Was Google right to have entered the Chinese market the way it did? Did Google’s mission compel it to create [url removed, login to view] What specific aspects of the mission does Google address in making its decision to enter? What other reasons could there have been for entering China? How do Google’s conclusions fit with its motto, “Don’t be Evil”?
Google worked hard to enter the Chinese market in 2006, only to depart four years later. Google knew of China’s censorship policies and even agreed to abide by these policies. Why do you think Goggle did an about-face in China over the issue of censorship? Were there any external factors that weighed on Google’s decision?
Please write the 3-4 page paper in a standard paragraph format. Include an introduction, transitions between thoughts, and provide a conclusion. Use APA Formatting, Double-Spaced, Title Page, Running Head, and 2-3 References.
At the end of the paper, answer the questions in the order in which they are listed. Please use a standard Q&A format.
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