Google bulking up in China; could censor/surveillance-compliant Android Market be next?

"Google, which has taken a principled stand by refusing to censor its search results in China, may be slipping to the dark side as it considers launching the Android Market there. The Chinese government censors apps, and so an Android Market launch could mean the company will bow to the censorship demands of China's ruling party."—Preston Gralla at Computerworld (via @jilliancyork).