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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. It's terrible that the Chinese citizens are denied access to basic information that affects them...

  2. 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...

  3. Social Media Around the World: Current Trends and Future Growth

    Just ask the citizens of Egypt, where social networks played a major role in their recent revolution. One key to the success of Chinese social media sites like Kaixin001 and Xing is the Golden Shield Project enforced by the Chinese government.

  4. Effective Search Marketing Strategy Determines Fate of Organizations

    The store has amazing name recognition with senior citizens due to this previous television advertising, but had almost non-existent recognition with younger generations. I asserted, backed by extensive keyword research, my strong belief that...

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

    Our hope is that our mix of measures, though far from our ideal, would accomplish more for Chinese citizens? "Brin says Google compromised principles" from the Associated Press covers Google cofounder Sergey Brin telling reporters yesterday that...

  6. How Google Censors Itself For China & Paid Exclusion As Being Evil

    China's government has an extensive Internet filtering process in place that controls which overseas Web sites its citizens can access. With that filtering as a guide, foreign companies are expected to build their own lists of Web sites to...

  7. MSN Censorship & Revisiting The Need For Better Disclosure

    Microsoft doesn't agree with these restrictions, but we're required to follow them in order to provide services to Chinese citizens. Chinese target Web's 'prohibited language' from the Associated Press looks at how those in China wishing to blog...