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Google’s Search Engine Comes back to China

If you did not know, China forcefully removed Tech Giant’s Google’s Search Engine in their country in the year 2010.

The reason for the dismissal of the search engine was that there were issues such as leaks that made the people in China able to search for blacklisted items the Chinese Government forbids.

After 8 years, the people of China may get to see Google’s search engine return to one of the sovereign states in eastern Asia. The idea of the said Tech Giant is to tinker their search engine specifically for the needs of China and open in a path to their market.

Google will create a specialized version of their Google Search engine that will disable search terms banned by the state. The tech giant expects to be able to release this censored version to China’s citizens within the next six to nine months.

 

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