Google makes a point of trumpeting its "Don't Be Evil" slogan as if to pretend they are morally superior to normal corporations. However, "Don't Be Evil" is easy to say, and a lot more difficult to achieve. Google refused a DOJ request that every other major search engine agreed to,
the request being that Google provide the DOJ with aggregated, impersonal data to assist the government in its appeal of a struck-down law regarding the protection of minors from internet pornography. Meanwhile in China, Google is agreeing to censor its search results
to deny Chinese the right to read information that their government doesn't want them to see, such as about the Tiananmen Square massacre, one of history's greatest crimes, and Taiwan, which China is desperately working overtime to build the capability to conquer in an eventual nuclear war with the United States.
The atmosphere is dank with the stench of Google's hypocrisy: hard-leftist behavior at home, and the worst of amoral capitalism abroad. Don't be so evil, Google.