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China cannot browse Google2010-07-30 14:17
Chinese Internet users got deprived of Google search engine and its mobile services - the VZGLYAD.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The company claimed the most possible reason of the incident was a fault of equipment. Previously Google noted, though indirectly, the access to the search engine might have been blocked by Chinese authorities.
The conflict between Google with Chinese authorities started in January 2010. Google, citing at hacker attacks at Gmail from the territory of China, renounced the censorship of search results, obligatory in China. The company started re-directing from google.cn [China] to a censorship-free google.com.hk [Hong Kong].
Then the company submitted an application for prolongation of license for work in China, which was under consideration of the government for several days. In several days the government officially confirmed the information on prolonging Google Inc's license.