How secure is our future of business in China when even Google can’t work there?
Dan Harris, International Lawyer; Author, China Law Blog
David Gorodyansky, CEO and Co-founder, AnchorFree Inc.
George Koo, Ph.D., Special Advisor, Deloitte China Services Group; Member, Committee of 100
Jeff Richards, Partner, GGV Capital
Edith Yeung, Founder, BizTechDay
Quentin Hardy, National Editor, Forbes - Moderator
After Google announced that it is considering pulling out of China, some companies, like Microsoft, jumped at the chance to take their place, while others agreed that China's regulatory regime is too restrictive for the free operation of American technology companies. HBS's recent review of the Google/China skirmish says that "The Google issue has become a cause celebre that exacerbates the already fragile and festering U.S.-China relationship." Is opening your business to censorship and some level of government control worth it? What do the Chinese people think about their government's censorship of information technology? Is doing business in China getting better, or worse, for American tech companies? Experts and insiders weigh in.
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