Google Co-Founder Hopeful About Uncensored Search in China

Sergey Brin, a Google co-founder, speaking publicly for the first time about the hacking attacks on Google in late 2009, said Friday that the company still hoped to find a way to continue operating its search service in China, which it has blamed for the attacks.”I want to find a way to work within the Chinese system to bring information to the people,” said Mr. Brin, who was interviewed on stage at the annual TED conference being held this week in Long Beach, Calif. “Perhaps we won’t succeed immediately, but maybe in a year or two.”

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