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China blocks Google searches

Posted by Author on March 24, 2010, 2010-03-24 –

Beijing – China’s internet authorities blocked many Google searches for terms and websites deemed politically sensitive on Wednesday, one day after the US internet giant diverted its main Chinese website to an uncensored one in Hong Kong.

Searches in Chinese on the website were blocked for terms such as the Charter ’08 for democratic reform and for the name of the charter’s main organizer, jailed dissident writer Liu Xiaobo.

Other blocked Chinese search terms included “Dalai”, for the exiled Tibetan Buddhist leader the Dalai Lama, and the banned spiritual movements Zhong Gong and Falun Gong.

Amnesty International’s main website was the top result in an English search for “amnesty”, but China’s “Great Firewall” blocked the link to the website.

An English search returned 22 000 results for pictures of “tank man”, the lone protester who was photographed blocking the approach of a column of tanks into Beijing’s Tiananmen Square during China’s 1989 democracy protests……. (more details from

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