The question on the table is "Google violates its 'don't be evil' motto."
You can vote "yes" or "no" yourself in the comments below. But first read some of the arguments put forward in an Oxford-style debate on the question held this week in Manhattan by Intelligence Squared US, a project of the Rozenkranz Foundation that runs a series of such discussions.
Before the debate between two teams of three experts, 20 percent of the audience agreed and 31 percent disagreed with the statement, with nearly half undecided.
It was a spirited discussion, mixing substantive talk of Google's market power, privacy practices and its censorship in China with tongue-in-cheek attempts to compare the search company with Pol Pot, Lucifer, Dr. Evil and other dark icons.
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