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New Google Feature Points Out Holes in China’s Firewall

June 4, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

When people in China use Google, they sometimes find certain words or phrases have been blocked by government censors. A new feature Google is offering users in China will point out which search words may be problematic and suggest alternatives. The move could ratchet up Google’s market share in China, but it could also draw the wrath of government officials.

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