Google says it could soon reach a conclusion from its talks with the Chinese government. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Scott Tong about why Google potentially pulling out of China could hurt the search engine's relationship with Motorola.
Almost two months after Google complained about China's Web controls and threatened to leave the country, the search engine seems to be changing its mind. Scott Tong explores the role diplomacy has played in Google's sea change.
Tech executives and government officials are converging in a series of meetings on the issue of Internet freedom overseas. Mitchell Hartman explores why the stakes are high for foreign policy and American business.
Political lobbyists are increasingly drawn to sites like Facebook for their large user base. But some Web content providers are running into a conflict with ad campaigns offering false deals for political action. Brett Neely reports.
Three Google executives were given 6-month suspended sentences for allowing a video of a boy being bullied to be posted on its Web site. Mitchell Hartman reports the case highlights international differences on Internet privacy.