Google Tips Off Users in China

Google Tips Off Users in China

There are 29 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Jun 3, 2012, titled Google Tips Off Users in China. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

Google has begun notifying users in China when they use search terms that can trigger China's Internet blocks, in its boldest challenge in two years to Beijing's efforts to restrict online content, Scott Austin reports on digits.

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CommonSense

Lansing, MI

#21 Jun 7, 2012
I meant to say "shouldn't he want more people to look him up" it shows he has more support.

I know the election itself is just a sham with no opposition.

Since: Jul 11

Korea

#22 Jun 7, 2012

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Since: Apr 09

Spotted World

#23 Jun 7, 2012
uncle fargo wrote:
<quoted text>How many times do I need to debunk this bullshit! Just for the experiment I even tried "Zoo XXX' and got forth thousand something sites! Just ask yourself where "Google" got its' seed money from. Not there is an eyeopener about freedom!! Except for FLG and some (but not all) "Free Tibet" sites I can get 99% of what I search for. The crap about the blocked internet is only ever told to us by people OUTSIDE China. Where again, aren't all the China experts all outside China?
Free southern Tibet!!
Just being "Devil's Advocate" here. How much are they paying you to say this, or are you thoroughly brainwashed? Or what are you being threatened with if you don't?
FOR REAL

Brooklyn, NY

#24 Jun 7, 2012
We would ask the same of you. In ernest though.
Off-Topic Alert

Fremont, CA

#25 Jun 8, 2012
old china wrote:
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It is probably not illegal to 'access' a blocked site it is only that they contain material that are considered subversive or harmful to minors.
How is the weather or movie reviews "subversive"?
Jay Leno

Fremont, CA

#26 Jun 8, 2012
I wonder if the Chinese government is actually able to find successful, educated foreigners to write crap, instead of old senile Aussies who make tons of spelling and grammar mistakes. If their spelling and grammar are so terrible, their concept of ideas must be skewed as well. Only failures at home would leave 1st world countries to go live in such a crappy place.

Since: Sep 11

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#28 Jun 8, 2012
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Asian Search Site

United States

#29 Sep 19, 2012
old china wrote:
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It is probably not illegal to 'access' a blocked site it is only that they contain material that are considered subversive or harmful to minors. To have a law that made 'access' illegal would be virtually impossible to enforce so a bad law and a block is a more civilised solution.
The other day a list of words was published that will get you added to a watch list in the USA if you use them on the internet. Based on some of the words used I can imagine that everybody in the USA must be under surveillance.
We now have a top website ranking in China with no problems due to censorship as prior years. Stan Krol CEO www.Texted.as ia or www.Texted.me
Tong Lee

Singapore, Singapore

#31 Jan 11, 2014
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