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

    Microsoft is a signatory to the Global Network Initiative, which is an effort by a multi-stakeholder group of companies, civil society organizations (including human rights and press freedom groups), investors, and academics to protect and advance...

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

    The attack was aimed at gaining access to the Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists. To add to that, this developing security industry story extends far beyond the tech sphere with its involvement of cyber espionage, intellectual...

  3. The Search Engine Report - Number 118

    Publisher Groups To Test New Search Engine Rights Management System Baidu Holds 62% Share In China - Baidu, the Chinese search engine, has 62.1 percent share based on a China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) report.

  4. Daily SearchCast, August 17, 2006: Hot Search Blogs; GoogleTalk Gets New Features; Filing Time For Yahoo Click Fraud Settlement; Beaming Up Google Engineers & More!

    Rights Group It was ironic that companies whose existence depends on freedom of information and expression have taken on the role of censor, even in cases where the Chinese government makes no specific demands for them to do so.

  5. Human Rights Group & UK House of Commons Demand Google, Yahoo, & Microsoft To Stop Censorship

    Earlier this week, published an article reporting that Human Rights Watch group in New York told Google, Yahoo and Microsoft to be upfront with their users about the censorship and stand up to the political pressure China places on...

  6. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    Google apparently says it has full rights to use the patented work, so potentially, it's not a problem. In August and September 2002, people in China were unable to reach Google and AltaVista, due apparently to blocking by the Chinese authorities.