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Following a hack attempt on Google originating in China, the Web search powerhouse stood up to the country's government and declared it would no longer cooperate with its censorship laws. In fact, it may stop doing business in China altogether. Doing that would cost Google hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue per year, as well as any future growth opportunities there. However, what effect would rejection from one of the largest Web companies in the world have on China?
I believe Google Search Engine is now becoming the part of global politics and this move is mostly because of cold political war between current and emerging super powers. I think Google will have to work on same pay and this issue will be resolved with some give and take.....