Google is struggling with governments all over the world to remove Internet censorship and the fight is going worse, said Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of the company. Schmidt noted he fears his own colleagues faced mounting danger of occasional arrest and torture. As rebels and revolutionaries in Arabian countries such as Egypt and Tunisia used the Internet to communicate with each other and support their move, governments in many other sates focused more closely on restricting access to the worldwide web like they did with the television. read more

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