Apparently, it's not just in China that you can't read about Tibet on the Internet. On August 7, the group Students for a Free Tibet pulled a clever guerrilla prank at the New York City Chinese consulate, projecting images of human rights abuses in Tibet and associated images of the Olympic games. And like any self-respecting protest group, they posted a film of their action on YouTube. The International Olympic Committee promptly claimed that the Olympic rings projected onto the consulate violated its copyright of the brand and demanded that the video be yanked immediately. So guess what Google did. It's bad enough that Google's collaborating with Chinese censorship laws in order to penetrate the country's market and rake in the lucre; now they're suppressing videos that link the Olympics and Tibet on the flimsiest of excuses, regardless of what country they're produced in. Fortunately, as Slashdot's already pointed out, you can still see the offending film on vimeo.