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

    What is China Censoring Now? In addition to censorship of material on Google, the Chinese government blocks popular websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. In what was a very violent turn of events, the Chinese People's Liberation Army...

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

    Microsoft has been forced to deny that its Bing search engine is censoring some results for users across the world. Research carried out by Chinese freedom of speech blog GreatFire.org explained how when certain terms are searched for using Bing's...

  3. Oh What A Tangled Web They've Weaved: Wikileaks Game Card

    Twitter Accused Of Censoring Wikileaks Real doubts within the Chinese leadership about the future of North Korea as a separate entity from South Korea. So who are the players in this interesting global intrigue?

  4. Google's New Approach to China: A Closer Look at the Attack Heard 'Round the Web

    As a result, Google plans to stop censoring Google.cn search results, potentially ceasing to operate in China altogether. The attack was aimed at gaining access to the Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists.

  5. Tibet's Revenge

    There's quite a bit of controversy over things like censoring search results, whether it's in China or the Catholic Google opt-in model. Everyone who has ever done business in China knows that the Chinese government has its way, and (for the time...

  6. Daily SearchCast, June 7, 2006: Google Rethinking Chinese Censorship? Rock, Paper, Scissors, US Senator, Google Guy; What People Search For At The CIA Web Site & More!

    Google might reverse its policy of censoring on behalf of the Chinese government. Suggests Google Might Reverse Chinese Censorship In The Short Term; Meanwhile, Today's search podcast covers Google reconsidering Chinese censorship; who's more...

  7. Brin Suggests Google Might Reverse Chinese Censorship In The Short Term; Meanwhile, China Ramps Up Google.com Blocks

    "Brin says Google compromised principles" from the Associated Press covers Google cofounder Sergey Brin telling reporters yesterday that it's possible Google might reverse its policy of censoring on behalf of the Chinese government.