Information Week reports that in a blog post heard around the world, though muffled in China's state-controlled media, Google said on Tuesday that it and at least 20 other companies in the the internet, finance, technology, media and chemical sectors had been targeted in a sophisticated cyber attack in December. Due to this attack, which resulted in the theft of unspecified intellectual property, and a hostile business climate, Google said it would stop censoring Google.cn, a decision which could lead to the closure of the company's Chinese search service. Whether that happens will depend on how the Chinese government reacts. ...
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