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Re: The Great Firewall of China Will Engulf the Gutless
Posted by: Renay San Miguel 2010-04-02 05:49:34
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For anyone thinking that the Google-China dynasty war would be resolved quickly -- and that mutual economic concerns would ultimately force both armies to ratchet down this uniquely 21-century cyberduel -- this was the week for the rudest of awakenings. The hacking hits just keep on coming in China. Google announced that its Chinese search service encountered disruptions for most of Tuesday. What started out being explained away as a technical issue on Google's side of the Great Firewall later morphed into another example of direct interference by Chinese authorities.

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Posted by: maozewrong 2010-04-06 19:49:17 In reply to: Renay San Miguel
Goodbye google; good riddance. China doesn’t need outsiders telling it what to do. It needs its own homegrown search engine, with built in switches to vary degrees of truth, censorship and nationalistic pride. That's why we will soon be launching choogling.com
See details at http://chinareallysucks.com/Site/New_Stuff/Entries/2010/4/1_no_more_googling%2C_keep_on_choogling!!!!.html
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