What happens next?
China's government reiterated on Thursday that foreign Internet companies such as Google Inc. must abide by its laws, which require censoring online material that is considered to be politically sensitive.
The comments by China's Foreign Ministry came two days after Google co-founder Sergey Brin acknowledged that his company compromised its principles by introducing a Chinese search engine that filters controversial links about democracy, among other topics. He also raised the possibility that Google may eventually shut down the Web site if conditions in the country prove to be too onerous.
Google's move. I'm hoping they 1.) fix blogger, 2.) tell the China's government to stick it where Chinesse bloggers can't tell them to stick it.