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China Hits Back At Google

March 23rd, 2010 03:57 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

sopssa writes “After Google yesterday started redirecting google.cn users to their uncensored Hong Kong-tbased google.com.hk servers, the Chinese government has now hit back at Google by restricting access to Google’s Hong Kong servers. ‘On Tuesday mainland China users could not see uncensored Hong Kong-based content after the government either disabled certain searches or blocked links to results.’ China Mobile, the largest wireless carrier in the country, has also been approached by the Chinese government to cancel a contract with Google about having google.cn on their mobile home page for search. China Unicom, the second largest carrier in China, has also either postponed or killed the launch of Android-based mobile phones in the country.”

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