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  1. 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. Greatfire speculates that Google, which was immune to Chinese government pressure, could have decided to...

  2. How to Run Foreign Language PPC Campaigns

    To open a Baidu PPC account, for example, you will need a local presence with a Chinese domain website and a valid business certificate issued by the Chinese government. The growth in online use of languages such as Chinese and Arabic far outstrips...

  3. Google NSA Relationship Secrecy Continues Despite Courts Efforts

    It was suggested that the Chinese government may have instigated them although they deny this and deny any involvement with this incident. This all started back in 2010 when Google was cyberattacked by Chinese hackers.

  4. Low Interest in Social Networks in China [Study]

    Google actually withdrew after censorship debates in early 2010, and the recent Gmail hacking attempts has prompted more tension between Google and the Chinese government. While sites from Google, Yahoo, and Bing may be able to get products into...

  5. Gmail Phishing Attack: China Cries Slander

    The Chinese government claims Google is using an attempted targeted Gmail phishing scam as a "political tool for slandering other countries," according to a scathing front-page editorial in the People's Daily today, the official newspaper of the...

  6. Reputation Management: PR vs. Search vs. China’s Water Army

    As a brand marketer targeting China, it's easy to get local PR firms that hire the water army - better known in Chinese as “Shui Jun” - to post positive comments about your company or negative comments about a competitor on the Internet under the...

  7. Should Google Escape the Death Spiral in China by 'Losing Face'?

    Google messed this up somewhat with its rather clumsy move from China and so the Chinese government really could do with some way of recovering its own face. Meanwhile, if Google were to re-open its search engine within mainland China, it would...