Google has finally spoken officially on the attacks on its infrastructure and the theft of intellectual property in China.
It's not clear in their response what was stolen from Google itself, but it did state that some email accounts of Human Rights activists were accessed.
For now, as a response, Google has started providing uncensored search results, which the Chinese government had mandated at the time of business negotiations in 2006.
It's yet not clear whether Google will withdraw from China, but it's a possibility.
The link above contains links to detailed reports on the attacks and responses.