Xinhua Says China Rejects a Political Google and Google Politics
China's Xinhua News criticizes Google's U.S. security and political connections. It points out that "Four of the [Google]'s former executives including Sumit Agarwal, who ... is currently deputy assistant secretary of defense, are now serving the US government."
The Xinhua News also points out Google's connection with the U.S. military, that Google masked out U.S. military bases on Google maps, yet displayed clearly China's military installations. Such information is potential aid to international terrorism. The Xinhua news further alleges that the U.S. has plans to use Google and YouTube to control the dissemination of information to the global population, and that U.S. employs an army of 90,000 hackers.