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Spying on Seldon: Tibetan activist the subject of cyberattacks from China

on March 1, 2010

Last month, Stanford student and Tibetan activist Tenzin Seldon got a letter from Google explaining that someone in China was spying on her through her Gmail account. Now, because of cyberattacks like the one on Seldon, and China’s attempts to limit free speech, the Internet giant is considering pulling out of China.

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