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CNET News Daily Podcast: Google's censorship dance with China

How is Google navigating its tricky relationship with Chinese government censors? CNET News reporter Tom Krazit takes a look.

Google is navigating tricky territory when it comes to working with government censors in China. CNET News editor Michelle Meyers talks to reporter Tom Krazit about the balance between the company's stated goal of making the world's information widely available and the requirement that all Internet companies doing business in China adhere to government regulations.

Plus, big job cuts at MySpace, and a service to help Web sites avoid blacklists and malware. All this and more on Tuesday's CNET News Daily Podcast.
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Today's stories:

MySpace slashes head count by 30 percent

Best Buy's earnings take a dip

Global broadband access on the rise

Online banking is booming

Google's censorship struggles continue in China

Dasient helps Web sites avoid blacklists, malware

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