Google made good on its promise to stop censoring search results in China.
The company shut down its Google.cn site this week and is redirecting users to Google.com.hk, where it offers uncensored Chinese-language search services. The company will maintain a research and development organization in China as well as a sales office.
Google first signaled its intention to change its stance on China in January, when it announced that it no longer intended to censor its search results there and would shut down Google.cn if an agreement could not be reached with the Chinese government. The … Read more