Saturday, January 28, 2006

None Censorship Statement Pulled

"Does Google censor search results?" Not long ago, there was an answer to the question on Google's Support Center, but not any more. Google answered the call from the China Communism Party government for data censorship by creating a new domain and isolating its Chinese services from everything else. Google's Sergey Brin justified Google's China policy as it 'ultimately' made more information available to its Chinese users, 'though not quite all of it'. January 25th, 2006, Google announced that it is officially launching its services in China.

Does Google censor search results?

Google does not censor results for any search term. The order and content of our results are completely automated; we do not manipulate our search results by hand. We believe strongly in allowing the democracy of the web to determine the inclusion and ranking of sites in our search results. To learn more about Google's search technology, please visit

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