A family-owned firm in Santa Barbara, Calif., has filed a $2.2 billion copyright infringement lawsuit against the People’s Republic of China, two Chinese software makers and seven major computer manufacturers that helped distribute Green Dam Youth Escort software.
Critics claim that the Chinese government used the software to block its citizens from accessing political and religious Web sites that the government deemed objectionable.
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