If it was anyone other than the chinese government, i would agree this was a bad thing.
However, as they do this on a daily basis preventing foreign own companies operating in China (anyone operating in china has to have a majority local ownership), we are firmly in in pot-kettle territory here.
Its still the wrong reasons on the part of the Cheeto dictator, but i think its the right decision.
Hamas is particularly stupid choice for a nonsense lawsuit. While they are a particularly unpleasant organisation, they seem to keep their terrorist activities confined to Israel.
Presumably because they dont want to end up like Iraq.
Because when everyone knows ewxactly what they are trying to do, everyone and their dog puts in an Amicus brief telling the court exactly why its a stupid idea.
Its pretty much the only way certain varieties of police can hide dodgy requests things these days as even rubber-stamping judges seem to be getting thinner on the ground.
He's fought long and hard about this.
The cheek of the people involved.
Hopefully the beurorcracy will look at this and decide others in the same situation wont have to take the plunge down the rabbithole of stupid regulation before getting a good outcome for all involved.
What the heck are you talking about?
Yeah, but what if your kid gets hold of it, and you come home from work one day to find they have ordered 100,000 toilet rolls and are now holed up in their new back-garden bog-roll fort!
"Silicon Valley really should stop treating fundamental structural issues as political issues,"
Why? it worked wonderfully for the ISP's for Net Neutrality, No reason it shouldnt work for the likes of facebook.