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Google China Search Comparison

Author: OpenNet Initiative, Published on: 1 February 2006

Web users in China have been able to access English and Chinese-language search services at Google.com for several years... Google did not censor its own search results... On January 25 2006, Google launched Google.cn, a self-censored Chinese-language search service... The filtering takes place in at least three ways... To help understand how the results of Google.com and Google.cn differ, the OpenNet Initiative has assembled a tool that lets you simultaneously compare search results. [also refers to Microsoft, Yahoo]

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Related companies: Google (part of Alphabet) Microsoft Yahoo! (part of Verizon)