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  1. 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...

  2. Tibet's Revenge

    Just because the search engines had to lie down and take the censorship doesn't mean Google's headquarters were the right place to protest. Then again, anonymously threatening me for writing about my opinion in last week's column seems a bit...

  3. The Search Engine Report - Number 118

    Google Reader Censorship In China, Not So Much. 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. Yahoo Fellowships For Repressed Journalists, While Chinese Journalist Might Sue Them

    Earlier this month, I dinged Google over hypocrisy for getting behind Banned Books Week given its support of censorship in China. Jailed Chinese journalist to file US suit versus Yahoo from IDG News Service covers how a Chinese journalist jailed...

  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. Amnesty International Asking Users To Pressure Google, Yahoo & Microsoft Over China Policies

    Amnesty International says that the search engines are aiding the censorship. The search engines say that Chinese users are more well off then they were prior. BBC News reports that Amnesty International is urging users of Google, Yahoo and MSN in...

  7. Daily SearchCast, June 23, 2006: Google Sells Baidu Stake While Expanding Its Own Numbers In China; Google Testing Ads In Video; & More!

    Search, Smut and Censorship Today's search podcast covers Google selling its stake in the Chinese Baidu search engine; Google planning to expand employees for its own Chinese efforts; Google China by 2007.