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The company wants the US government to step into the row over China's approach to the Internet, claiming that Internet operators and communications companies need help.
"[This is] everyone's dilemma: operate in a country and comply with laws that lack transparency, or withdraw," Michael Callaghan, Yahoo's general counsel, told the FT. "No one company, no one industry can tackle this on its own, we very much look forward to taking this [to Washington]," said Callaghan.
I can say "damage control," can you?
It's a complicated problem for Yahoo, and it will be interesting to see how Washington can help.
This is a joke, right?
The US government should start telling the Chinese government what to do?
Thats not how it works, babee...
Yes, it definitely should, before it will be too late. It is telling that to all authoritarian regimes, so why not to the Chinese gov?