Google Uncensors In China

The times they are a-changin’. Google sent “shockwaves” through the Chinese government as they uncensored search results on their Chinese site. As an example, for the first time, images of “tianamen” shows photos of tanks, soldiers, and protests. (Previous results below). The Wall Street Journal reports:

The U.S. search giant’s announcement that it will stop censoring its Chinese search site, and may withdraw from the country altogether, triggered an outpouring of concern, and some anger, among Chinese Internet users. Students…gathered at Google’s offices in Beijing and Shanghai Wednesday with flowers in an emotional show of support for the company.

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  • santosfabian

    good for them & freedom

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