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Google Spells Censorship in China

Online search engine leader Google has agreed to censor its results in China, adhering to the country’s free-speech restrictions in return for better access in the internet’s fastest growing market. The Mountain View, California-based company planned to roll out a new version of its search engine bearing China’s web suffix “.cn,” on Wednesday. A Chinese-language version of Google’s search engine has previously been available through the company’s dot-com address in the United States. Full Story

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