Should Microsoft actually respond?

Google announced late last night that a attack, aimed at exposing the Google Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists, was launched against its network from within China.

Question now is: Should Microsoft really do the same? This move by Google could work in the favor of Bing and Yahoo, which may now, possibly win a big chunk of the market.

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Should Google’s decision to stop cencoring its results in China, and threats to pull out of China influence Bing, or yahoo as well?

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