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Old 23rd March, 2010, 06:41 PM
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Google Drops Censorship In China, Redirects Users to Uncensored Hong Kong

But China could still ultimately block citizens' access

Google today made official its plans to end censorship in China, redirecting Chinese users to its uncensored search service in Hong Kong. The search giant will maintain an R&D and sales presence in mainland China, however, the company also announced. [Front page...]
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