http://ca.news.finance.yahoo.com/s/25032010/24/f-afp-google-web-firm-cuts-china.html "...'chilling' new requirements imposed by the Chinese authorities..." "...Go Daddy was one of the companies hit by Chinese-based cyberattacks in December that contributed to Google's decision to stop self-censorship there." "'Since services and information are our most successful exports, if regulations in China effectively prevent us from being competitive, then they are a trade barrier,' Brin said." "She said Go Daddy is 'concerned for the security of the individuals affected by CNNIC's new requirements, as well as for the chilling effect we believe the requirements will have on new .cn domain name registrations. For these reasons, we have decided to discontinue offering new .cn domain names at this time," Jones said. 'We didn't want to act as an agent of the Chinese government.'"