If a border is disputed by two or more states, the border as seen on Google’s services will adhere to the beliefs of Country A when accessed from within that country, while simultaneously adhering to the beliefs of Country B when accessed on its local servers.
Ethan R. Merel
Some interesting links
- Understand country borders and names by Google
- Read this interesting paper “Google’s World: The Impact of “Agnostic Cartographers” on the State-Dominated International Legal System” by Ethan R. Merel published by the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law.