Why Google censors .cn search results

Posted on Monday, January 30 2006 @ 20:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Last week Google started censoring Chinese search results because of pressure from the Chinese government and many people were upset because of this. Now they have posted a response on their Google blog:
Google users in China today struggle with a service that, to be blunt, isn't very good. Google.com appears to be down around 10% of the time. Even when users can reach it, the website is slow, and sometimes produces results that when clicked on, stall out the user's browser. Our Google News service is never available; Google Images is accessible only half the time. At Google we work hard to create a great experience for our users, and the level of service we've been able to provide in China is not something we're proud of..
You can read their full response over here.




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