Google as the world's most famous search engine, enter the Chinese market is indeed to Chinese netizens to bring a new search experience. Although some sensitive words were been censored in China, I still suppose Google is a powerful search engine. 2. Was Google’s refusal to comply with the Department of Justice investigation inconsistent with the company’s cooperation with Chinese censorship policies? Yes, finally Google’s refusal to comply with the Department of Justice investigation inconsistent with the company’s cooperation with Chinese censorship policies and opt out of the Chinese market.
Although familiar with cynical political remarks from America over the years, China now felt that Americans were being hypocritical and bigoted. Bloggers and Social Media outlets in China raved about other China-made items Americans should burn as well, including technological devices such as smartphones and computers, cars and other articles of clothing like shoes. The Chinese Republic felt that Americans were contradicting their stance on ever expanding globalization and increasing
The Chinese Open Door Policy was a major event in recent Chinese history, because The Open Door Policy that was argued for by John Hay’s Open Door Notes, advocated an impartial system of taxation to set up a system of equal trading rights, and prevented European nations from carving China into separate colonies. Although the Open Door Notes was not written with Chinese interests at heart, it greatly benefited China in the long run. The Open Door Notes was a very influential document in Chinese history. Written at the turn of the century by Secretary of State, John Hay, the Open Door Notes was a letter that was sent to all nations with interests in China. After acquiring the Philippines, the United States gained interest in the vast resources of Asia.
People all over the world value the fact that their emails are private, that is why we use passwords to protect the privacy of our email accounts as account holders. Only allowing the people we want to see the emails. Furthermore if the emails did not relate to the cause of Justin’s death then what was the purpose of the parents’ request for the emails? I feel that access to Justin’s account should have been granted to his parents without his consent for the following reasons. I think that the parents should have been granted access if the cause of his death was unknown.
Within our email accounts, we conceive a place where we can have our personal space, keep private documents and keep our innermost feelings typed in our privacy. It is certain that Lance Corporal Ellsworth’s parents had genuine interests when they challenged Yahoo’s privacy agreement and obtained a court order to disclose his emails after his death. However, in his parent’s pursuit to obtain Lance Corporal Ellsworth’s last thoughts, they could have unveiled a personal life that would have changed their judgment of him. This and other utilitarian and deontological moral ethics should be considered when confronted with the decision to invade an individual’s privacy. In the utilitarian concept of ethics, an action is good if it creates more contentment than grief for the greater good.
Professor Roger Ames began his lecture by speaking of the misconceptions that Americans have about the Chinese. Usually the Chinese culture is either romanticized or demonized. China and America are both are powerful countries and Ames spoke of the fact that if they do not join peacefully they are stunting the possibilities they have to change the course of the world. Ames spoke a lot about the focus on competition, a winner, loser, and every situation. Whereas Confucius would focus more on flourishing relationships and being respectful and loving all.
There are a lot of examples of how politics influenced the art of film. It engages in discussion of how Chairman Mao changed the way Chinese cinema produced films. Interestingly enough, he advocated for films with positive messages and that it can contribute political purposes. Rosen and Ying then go on to explain that the commercial/entertainment business and even the audience themselves was under constant pressure from straying out of the communistic ‘taste.’ The discussions in this book give me a lot of evidence on how Mao’s party influenced Chinese Cinema. Spencer, Norman A.
“Unique Characters Bedevil Beijing” by Sharon Lafraniere 1. Many Chinese people from China wish to have creative, individual and symbolic names with meaning but they cannot choose those names because of the Chinese bureaucracy’s order to have similar names with other citizens. It should be part of our freedom to have the right to choose our own names and to embrace it. When a person changes their name, it would cause disturbances to certified and legal documents. This also causes a lot of confusion because many citizens have the same names with 70,000 people in the same country.
THESES State sovereignty and the absolute independence of the nation state is a paramount impediment to accepting world agreements and maintaining world order, because the activities of nation states impact on others. This can be seen where Pollution or disease cross over into neighbouring nations An example of this is China, where pollution is not only effecting their citizens own health, though the effects of China’s pollution also crosses over into their neighbour nation, Korea, effecting their populations health and environment. → Organisations such as the world bank and the media have put heavy pressure on China to take drastic measures to reduce their pollution, and even though the UN’s World Health Organisation has set limits, China has exercised their sovereignty as the government struggles to find the right balance between economic growth, and the protection of the environment and humans. States create nuclear weapons, even though against International Law, which threaten all nation states There are treaties such as the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear weapons, whose objective is to stop the spread of nuclear weapons and technology, but this not stop governments obtaining and testing nuclear weapons. India and Pakistan are prime examples having exercised their sovereignty and not signing these treaties, they both have acquired and tested nuclear weapons since 1998.
Additionally, there are con’s when being confronted with issues and opportunities when alternatives are the only means to resolve the issue. Sometimes, the alternatives may jeopardize the company’s moral or ethics or even run contrary to their corporate motto, such as in the case of Google’s corporate model of “Don’t be Evil”. Unfortunately, their corporate motto, and their culture is in direct opposition to that of the China’s government when it pertains to internet usage, search results and disclosure of personally identifiable information. As a result, Google in China has had to define what it means to not be evil, while still attempting to remain relevant to their Chinese market. Let me ask you to be a bit more specific, but briefly answer.