Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Google Restricts Chinese Contents
China on Tuesday again warned Google not to stop filtering its web search engine results, as speculation mounted about the company's plans following its threat to leave over censorship and cyberattacks. The internet giant said the decision followed a cyber attack it believes was aimed at gathering information on Chinese human rights activists.The was happen again internet in China over the last year, which has seen sites and social networking services hosted overseas blocked – including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube – and the closure of many sites at home. Chinese authorities criticised Google for supplying "vulgar" content in results.