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  1. China Blocks Google Ahead of Tiananmen Square 25th Anniversary

    In an effort to keep details hidden from Chinese citizens, government officials have chosen instead to block access to specific sites or search terms. In addition to censorship of material on Google, the Chinese government blocks popular websites...

  2. Bing Denies Censoring Search Results, Blames 'Glitch'

    However, refuted the claims that search results had not been altered, pointing out that the Chinese term 自由门 (Freegate) – even when a search is conducted outside of China – gave no results and instead displays this message.

  3. Global Mobile Advertising Opportunities: Brazil. Russia, India & China

    Chinese customers tend to be highly price sensitive, so discount ads can prove to be helpful to the company that distributes them via in-app advertising. Many types of ads, such as interactive ads, are being developed in the Chinese market.

  4. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Chinese Google’ Opens Artificial-Intelligence Lab in Silicon Valley – WiredBaidu's new lab is researching "deep learning", described as "an emerging computer science field that seeks to mimic the human brain with hardware and software") not too...

  5. 5 Reasons Why People Hate International Search Marketing

    If you’re marketing to Japanese, then put a Japanese man in the picture not a Korean or Chinese guy. You think Skype sucks, try being a Chinese searcher! In China, most people are still on dial-up, plus have a massive government firewall to further...

  6. Google Stops Warning China Searchers About Dangerous Keywords

    The Chinese government employs what is called the Great Firewall of China, and controls its citizens' use of the internet with a firm hand. Google has stopped warning Chinese Internet users that some of the words they might search for could see...

  7. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    Compare this to Spanish (807 percent), Chinese (1,479 percent) or Arabic (a massive increase of more than 2,500 percent). The incidence of mobile search is also high in other developing markets, including the other emerging economic powerhouses of...