- The Washington Times - Friday, January 22, 2010


In the same way Google fiercely guards its corporate logo as its intellectual property, China also has intellectual property it postures to protect - specifically, the prevailing ethos of its culture and society within its political boundaries (“Google tells China: No more dirty work,” Opinion, Monday).

China has a right to protect its mores, values and ideology from being tainted. “The dose makes the poison” is an ancient toxicological axiom. China’s leadership has a right to determine the “dose” its population may safely consume.


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