They must adhere to rules that their home nations would find offensive and oppressive. From a business sense, this handicaps companies like Google, whose main purpose is to provide the world with information for everyone. China has also been funding a search engine company, native to China, which adheres unquestioningly to t... ... middle of paper ... ...s is usually a game of give and take, with both sides taking concessions so that both benefit. In this case, China wants it all. They want to control every piece of information in their country, and shelter their citizens from "the truth".
The advantage of this strategy is that it allows Google to enter the Chinese Internet market by working with a local company which understands the environment much better than the Google. For instance, Google had problems with the Chinese government for censorship issues. The problem was that Google did not understand how censorship was handled in China, whereas, Baidu understands what should and should not be censored. Furthermore, Google was losing to its competitors because Google did not know the wants and needs of Chinese Internet users as well as their competitors. Therefore, Google could not offer the products and services that could compete with their competitors.
However, as a new media model, in the process of the development of online journalism in China, the following three challenges cannot be ignored. Firstly, ethics is the primary and major problem in online journalism. Currently, in China, online journalism has an astonishingly widespread phenomenon of lack of legal norms and necessary guideline in regulations. Because the network has the characteristic of virtual and anonymous, users do not need to register accounts with their truly identity. Therefore, a large number of users can easily personate as other 's identity or pretend to be some celebrities to publish false news and information, violate people privacy or to defame and infringe other’s reputation right.
It is understandable that Google, as a company, tried to tap into a wider market of more than a billion. However, it is not a morally commendable act. Helping others perpetrate an unjust act is never morally acceptable. Although not practical, the moral high ground would be to help Chinese citizens fight against the firewall. Instead of stooping to the demands of the Chinese government, U.S firms should wage a war for free information.
This software restricts access to certain websites like Wikileaks and You tube that expose corruption, police brutality and similar acts. The freedom to access the internet has been denied to the Chinese citizens. Their government only lets them see what is considered safe and appropriate. This is a violation of the right to access information freely. The people and not the government should have the right to choose on what to view on the internet.
Third, the data collected may be not representative of all global sport fans, because the majority of the participants come from one same country. Granted these, the gap between US and China could also add disadvantage to the strategy. In the future, it is a good opportunity for Chinese sporting goods brands to continue to make the change in their areas. Sporting goods companies need to deal with the inventory by online sale as soon as possible, then build a new unique upscale brand and make a corresponding increase in design and quality, and then entry an undeveloped market, pan-outdoors, to completely become a high-end brand to generate revenue in the future. Brands must also know their audience and innovate constantly to match consumers’ changing tastes.
But the question to be asked is if there is better clarity for the western countrymen approaching China for better productivity? The answer may be is NO. China still provides an open playing field to many large investors but conducting business in China and understanding Chinese management practices is an intimidating task both practically and intellectually. The critical analysis will provide an important aspect of skill development and people management in China which could help in solving challenges related to human resources. Knowledge gain from the subject can list crucial cultural differences found in the workforce employed in China from the rest of the world.
People believe that the Internet is a true form of freedom, but individuals in other countries have a much different opinion. Internet users in china are isolate from the main network. Chinas government has placed a firewall on and they filter all “unwanted” Internet martial that could cause any national unrest. It is a complete double standard, the Chinese people are allowed and even encouraged to use the Internet for a long as they want, however all international websites are restricted and whatever a citizen posts on line can be monitored. The Chinese government thinks that by blocking all international sites they are supp... ... middle of paper ... ...n limited authorization to regulate the Internet only in times of need, which again means that they should only have control over the regulations of the internet if it poses a great threat to their organization and internet users as a whole.
In China for example, ... ... middle of paper ... ...d by Chinese citizens to make certain that no harmful footage is shown to them. Also, experts say that, “The fact that the chances of being traced are very rare makes people resort to various criminal activities, right from sexual exploitation of children to running drug cartels from a particular part of the world on the internet” (Naik, Abhijit). With people knowing that it is not easy to trace them, they belive that they can commit crimes without the possibility of being caught, which makes the necessity of censorship all the more required. Having internet censorship has proven to be necessary to protect the youth. In summary, internet censorship is a huge tool used to protect people from the media that there is today.
Majority of people do not receive too well education, and quality of majority is not trustful, so we must make complete law, but not the model of self-regulation of people themselves. And we know there is no enough law about the protection of privacy especially for the Internet privacy of Chinese citizens. And in my opinion, Chinese government is in urgently needed to build law of privacy especial for the Internet privacy, and it should emphasize these following points. Principle 1 make clear the range of internet privacy, it will benefit to the judgments in law case. Principle 2 make clear how the data of individual in Internet is collected legally, and how the personal information in web site be used legally.