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Google says China’s web censorship is a ‘trade issue’

Posted by Author on March 3, 2010

BBC news, Mar. 3, 2010-

Google says state censorship in countries like China should be put on the United States’ trade agenda.

Nicole Wong from Google told the Senate Judiciary Committee that web censorship could favour local companies.

The US is considering to raise China’s censorship with the World Trade Organization, according to Bloomberg.

Google is reviewing its operations in China following hacking attacks that targeted the Google accounts of political activists.

At the start of this year Google said it was no longer willing to censor the Chinese language version of its search engine.

When Google launched google.cn in 2006, it agreed to censor some search results – such as the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, Tibetan independence or religious group Falun Gong – as required by the Chinese government……. (more from BBC News)

One Response to “Google says China’s web censorship is a ‘trade issue’”

  1. James Poulter said

    Great news!

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