Bob Cringley insists that the company's revolt over censorship "makes no sense":

Google is going to have zero impact on China zero by abandoning that market, which Microsoft and Yahoo will gladly fill...Here’s a better approach for Google to take.

Stand in front of a bank of cameras and microphones my very impressive friend Tiffany Montague (Google’s link with NASA, keeper of the Google G-V parking spaces at Moffett Field, and internal space expert) to have her explain how Google is going to launch a satellite Internet service similar to one I described in a recent column, specifically to bring freedom of information (and advertising) to totalitarian regimes everywhere. The technology exists, Google could finance it, and China couldn’t stop it.

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