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  1. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Via this page, you'll see Google's logo and search box in Chinese floating on the surface of water above some sharks and nasty looking fish. We’re all holding our breath to find out whether any kangaroos will file privacy complaints with the...

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

    Real doubts within the Chinese leadership about the future of North Korea as a separate entity from South Korea. The global impact of the leaking of 250.000 US government cables (communications between US officials) has been the topic of...

  3. 31 Top Cultural Factors to Consider for International Search

    When someone tells you that there are 400 million Chinese online or that more than a billion people live in India, that can be a captivating and tempting number. Probably the most extreme and fascinating of these is Japanese, where characters are...

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

    The unspoken implication is that the Chinese government was involved in the attacks. According to the U.S.China Economic and Security Review Commission report, released in October, the Chinese government is expanding its cyber spying operations...

  5. Tibet's Revenge

    Everyone who has ever done business in China knows that the Chinese government has its way, and (for the time being) who are we to be the judge and jury on enforcing their policy? The last time the Chinese government sought to censor Google results...

  6. SearchDay | Writing Sales Copy for Conversions

    This means anytime the Chinese government decides that a certain type of content isn't worthy of its people, they can tell search engines not to list them. AU NATURAL If search engines want all SEOs to operate in an ethical manner, they should show...

  7. Forget Tibet; Free the Content

    This means anytime the Chinese government decides that a certain type of content isn't worthy of its people, they can tell search engines not to list them. It seems the Chinese government is upset about adult content and wants to free its people...

  8. China Limits Video, Audio Podcasts To State Run Sites

    The Chinese government will restrict all video and audio content on sites starting next month, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. In an effort to control video sharing programs, the government makes the operator remove uploaded content.