Seems like a reasonable report. Good overview of Google's controversial China site and issues of Internet censorship. But I still don't feel that I have enough facts to make an informed decision on this topic. It's easy to protest corporate censorship, but Google may have a case that some information is better than no information.
“While removing search results is inconsistent with Google’s mission, providing no information (or a heavily degraded user experience that amounts to no ...
Briefly touches on the pros and cons of Google's self-censored Chinese version of their search engine. I would have liked to have heard more about this controversy -- does this really go against Google's "do no evil" mission statement?