Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Google China uncensored

Google has finally uncensored its search pages in China by redirecting all visitors to to their unfiltered Hong Kong site. This move came after repeated hacking attempts that Google attributed to China.

Read the whole article on Wired for the full scoop-- it's interesting that while Google received a lot of bashing when starting to censor themselves in China in 2006, now other people are criticizing Google for moving out, claiming to "abandon the Chinese people" with even more censored search engines. ..the hell?

Google Uncensors China Search Engine | Epicenter |

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