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  1. Qihoo Search: Dead on Arrival?

    When you look back at Google's exit from the Chinese mainland a few years ago, they did it for reasons not related to revenue. Fei Chang Dao, a blog which chronicle’s free speech in mainland China had found several discrepancies between the results...

  2. Google Search in Mainland China Now Shows Censorship Warnings

    Users in mainland China can still search using Google Hong Kong. Google reports they’ve observed that users see messages such as “This webpage is not available,” or “The connection was reset,” followed by service interruptions of a minute or more...

  3. Asia Search Update: Yahoo Algo Transition Goes to India, Google Eyes Southeast Asia

    Although Google Analytics is the most popular web analytics tool for online marketers worldwide, not so in Mainland China, Michael Xu, senior VP of business operations at Gridsum and co-chairman for SEMPO Greater China said.

  4. Google Stops Redirecting China Queries to Hong Kong Site In Hope For Licence Renewal

    Back in March, as Jack Marshall reported on ClickZ, Google started automatically redirecting users of its mainland China engine to its Hong Kong-based service. The move came after attacks to its systems in China in December but more...