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Old 21st August 2012
Originally Posted by unitymusic View Post
The way I see it, is that no amount of money is comparable to being sentenced to two years in a labor camp for political/religious purposes. A world where this can happen is scary indeed, but an internet where this can't even be reported is at least as bad. The SOPA language was vague, that scares people. Not defending google here, but I think it is best not to compare this incident with the recent legislation attempt. That was speculated censorship, this is real, and it deserves to be treated independently IMO.
So where are Google and their shills at Wikipedia on this issue? Why are they not speaking up if they're so "opposed" to censorship?

The fact is that they're not really opposed to censorship at all, they're opposed to what threatens their bottom line and are perfectly willing to use anything, including "censorship" as an excuse to stir up opposition, even when they know what they're saying is a lie - and when a REAL censorship issue comes up they're nowhere to be found because they have no financial interest - or possibly because they feel it's in their interest not to rile the Russian government.