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Google To Go Dark In China, Baidu Rejoices

June 29th, 2010 06:11 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

shmG writes “Google Inc. has announced a ‘new approach’ in China after the government said the company could no longer automatically redirect users to the unfiltered Hong Kong site. This gives Baidu Inc., which already has a greater than 60% share in Internet search in China, a chance to expand. It has announced new plans to hire US engineers to enhance its technical skills and propel its growth globally.”

Source: Google To Go Dark In China, Baidu Rejoices

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