Google to try again in China

By Reuters
Posted June 29, 2010 at 5:57 a.m.

Internet giant Google Inc said it plans to stop automatically redirecting users of its site to its Hong Kong page, in a bid to secure renewal of the company’s China service license.

Chief Legal Officer David Drummond said in a blog posting that Google had already started taking a small percentage of users to a landing page on that links to, and would soon stop all redirecting.

“The new page will be connected with,” said Marsha Wang, Google’s China-based spokeswoman. “The message we received from relevant authorities is that redirection

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One comment:

  1. jack (me) June 29, 2010 at 9:14 a.m.

    The article seems cut off or doesn’t make much sense.

    If Google is now kow towing to the Chinese, that means that integrity lasts maybe a month.