The Russian government asks Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to remove posts, following a recently passed law that blocks content relating to child porn, drug use, and suicide.
While Google Chairman Eric Schmidt was criticized for his visit to North Korea last month, it appears that at least some good came out of it.
At the CEA Industry Forum event, Alexis Ohanian described how he and a bunch of other tech friends got involved in the Internet 2012 Bus Tour because of last year’s political battles over Internet publishing rights.
Google won a small victory today by having its license to operate in China renewed, stalling a shutdown of the site for now. But it still appears to be losing the war.