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Google drops Chinese name “Gu Ge” (photos)

Posted by Author on April 3, 2010

Google has taken another action today to express its willingness of keeping  distance with the Chinese censors: drops the Chinese name “Gu Ge” from the search engine logo and uses Google “Hong Kong” instead on its forwarded website.

Google started using the Chinese name “Gu Ge” on its Chinese website from 2006 since it entered the China market, and has forwarded it to its Hong Kong website since last week, when it decided not to cooperate with the Chinese censor.

Here’s a screenshot of the website logo which you will see if you type into your browser the Google’s domain name in China,

Google dropped Chinese name "Gu Ge" from its Hong Kong website logo and uses Google "hong Kong" instead.

Also the following photo shows the old “Gu Ge” logo which has been dropped by Google:

Old "Gu Ge" logo that was used by Google in China

2 Responses to “Google drops Chinese name “Gu Ge” (photos)”

  1. nice a blog guys, thanks

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