May 18, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
Baidu Inc was sued on Wednesday by eight New York residents who accused China's biggest search engine of conspiring with the country's government to censor pro-democracy speech.
now, that fits in this situashun.
the case is closed.
Baidu offer a free service so I fail to see how they can be sued for something that they are not contracting to provide.
Lawyers will get rich out of this assuming that China and Baidu don't decide to treat the action with contempt and ignore it.
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