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  • mv22ie mv22ie Mar 6, 2010 12:35 AM Flag

    USA & China AGAINST ON2 shareholders

    This will be an epic SEC case... doesn't matter that Google is involved. Justice will be served. Keep up the effort Casp...

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    • I like when both sides try to save face???? What a game!!!!!


      -----"If the company chooses to withdraw from the Chinese market, it must go through certain procedures according to the law and regulations and deal with customers' problems that may arise."


      Sat Mar 6, 2010 10:26pm EST
      China to punish hackers, says no Google complaint

      "If Google has had evidence that the attacks came from China, the Chinese government will welcome them to provide the information and will severely punish the offenders according to the law," Miao said.

      "We never support hacking attacks because China also falls victim to hacking attacks," he said.

      Google also never informed the ministry that it was planning to withdraw from China, Miao added, speaking on the sidelines of the annual session of parliament.

      "If Google decides to continue its business in China and abides by China's laws, it's welcome to stay," he said, vowing to continue providing a sound investment environment for foreign investors and protect their legitimate rights.

      "If the company chooses to withdraw from the Chinese market, it must go through certain procedures according to the law and regulations and deal with customers' problems that may arise."

      http://www.reuters.com/article/idCNTOE62600A20100307?rpc=44

    • bump.

 
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