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Google China redirects to China Hong Kong

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Mar 2010 14:55 User comments (5)

Google China redirects to China Hong Kong This is a quick blurb until there is more information but it appears that heading to Google.cn (China) redirects the site directly to http://www.google.com.hk/ (Hong Kong).
The Hong Kong search engine is not censored but it is still unclear whether Chinese users can access the site, which seems unlikely.

We will update this item later when there is more news on it.

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5 user comments

122.3.2010 18:32

china tries to censor everything.. but what about this?
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26852192/#35984686

I guess the Chinese don't care about the children

222.3.2010 23:45

Hmm, can't wait to see how this one turns out.

323.3.2010 1:40

of what i get out of this is maybe they are now censoring the outside world from seeing what they are doing by misleading them and making them think that it's not censored by showing hong kongs rather than their own

do not quote me on this as it is what i see and probably incorrect

423.3.2010 11:21

I alway though Hong Kong was in china and therefore subject to the same censorship

523.3.2010 12:07

Originally posted by navi1199:
china tries to censor everything.. but what about this?
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26852192/#35984686

I guess the Chinese don't care about the children
lol he isnt trying to have sex with the car

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