The Imagethief blog has a post up here that provides an excellent list of the best writings so far on the Google-China Kerfuffle.
This story is already big because it is Google and China and I see a very real possibility of this becoming huge if it spreads. I do not even know what “spreading” could look like, but I do think that now that so much of what so many of us have suspected/known for a long long time, there may be no backing down by some very big players and that could mean some big changes for all of us.
UPDATE: The China Beat has an excellent list also, broken out into what it calls “the five C’s on China:” Comprehensive, Chronological, Cynical, Cheeky, and Clarifying.
UPDATE: I should have mentioned that there is a discussion regarding Google/China going on at the China Law Blog China Group. Join up and participate.

Dan Harris

I am a founder of Harris Bricken, an international law firm with lawyers in Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, China and Spain.

I mostly represent companies doing business in emerging market countries. It has taken me many years to build my network and it takes constant communication and travel to maintain it. My work has been as varied as securing the release of two improperly held helicopters in Papua New Guinea, setting up a legal framework to move slag from Canada to Poland’s interior, overseeing hundreds of litigation and arbitration matters in Korea, helping someone avoid terrorism charges in Japan, and seizing fish product in China to collect on a debt.

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