Google China Petition

Google has taken a major stand against the growing global threat of internet censorship by telling the Chinese government that they would pull out of China if they weren't able to operate in an unfiltered and peaceful cyber environment. Ultimately, Google moved its China searches to its Hong Kong servers. But the immense pressure is still on for Google to back down, not just in China but across the world.

The first part of campaign has been completed.  Access member’s petition of support has been sent to Google.  The battle is far from over, though.  We must not be complacent in the face of this oppression. Nothing less than a global outcry to fight censorship will convince the Chinese government that internet censorship is not on.

We must protect and advance freedom of expression and privacy in the digital world.  Sign our petition below and tell Google you support them – and we’ll continue to let Google’s founders know of the mounting numbers as they continue to negotiate with China and others.

Sign the petition to Google 

"Google, we support you to stand firm against online censorship and surveillance. Protection of human rights, including freedom of expression and privacy, must be central to any ongoing business engagement within China and beyond."

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