Google: censored version in China

The Neue Z├╝rcher Zeitung reports today that the Internet search giant Google has acquired the direct entry into the Chinese market. However, in doing so Google will have to apply the Chinese regulations of censorship. Google itself will have to censor in the content all key words and information which - according to Chinese officials - have a negative impact on the ruling system. This will include words and information relating to Taiwan, Tibet, the student protests of 1989 and Falung Gong.

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