Google is stepping up a campaign to get other companies and the U.S. government to join it in putting pressure on China’s government over alleged human-rights violations. The Web search company may make limited headway.
Following a decision to stop censoring search results in China, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said in a Mar. 25 interview with the U.K. newspaper The Guardian that the U.S. government and other businesses should put a “high priority” on calling attention to human-rights abuses in China.
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