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The recent shareholders meeting for Google has an interesting section on Internet Censorship, which is appended in whole below. It seems that these shareholders took that "do no evil" part pretty seriously, and either are willing to take the potentially huge hit in the wallet if Google stumbles with the Chinese market, or think that the bad press that Google's getting will be a larger hit (at least for now, and hopefully it'll be less of an issue later?).

Anyhow, it's nice to see publicly traded corporations do the morally upstanding thing, due to their shareholders, even when it seems counterintuitive financially.