Jun 22, 2009
The national office for China's current Internet anti-vulgarity campaign has revealed that relevant government departments informed Google representatives on the afternoon of June 18 that Google's China-based Mandarin-language site, google.cn, must temporarily cease search service of overseas websites and related keyword search functions.
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