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Google Accuses China of Interfering With Gmail

March 21st, 2011 03:25 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


Hugh Pickens writes “The Guardian reports that Google has accused the Chinese government of interfering with Gmail. According to the search giant, Chinese customers and advertisers have increasingly been complaining about their Gmail service in the past month and attempts by users to send messages, mark messages as unread and use other services have generated problems for Gmail customers. The announcement follows a blog posting from Google on 11 March in which the firm said it had ‘noticed some highly targeted and apparently politically motivated attacks against our users. We believe activists may have been a specific target.’ The search firm is not commenting further on this latest attack, but technology experts said it seemed to show an increasingly high degree of sophistication.”

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