Ray Suarez discusses the Sony PlayStation data breach with Wired.com editor Kevin Poulsen.
Chinese officials were quick to condemn Google's decision to move its search engine from mainland of China because of censorship and deterioration of the relationship following hacking in January. Gwen Ifill gets two points of view on the deteriorating relationship…
Google announced Monday that it will move its search portal from the Chinese mainland to Hong Kong because of dissatisfaction with censorship and Internet security. Gwen Ifill reports.
Internet giant Google said Wednesday that censorship efforts contributed to the company's threat to pull its business out of China. Jeffrey Brown talks to journalists for more.
In other news, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, Gen. Ray Odierno, is seeking to send more troops into northern Iraq, and Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia called for a "new approach" to sanctions against Myanmar.
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