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The Chinese government has warned Google to obey the rules should they retreat from the country, over hacking and censorship laws. Eric Schmidt, Google's CEO, "hoped to have an outcome soon from talks with Chinese officials on offering an uncensored search engine in that country of 384 million Internet users." Video after the break.

Internationally popular websites Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are entirely blocked in China, which uses a filtering "firewall" to block Internet users from other overseas website content banned by authorities.
[via Reuters]

This entry was posted on 03/16/2010 00:30am and is filed under Breaking News, Google .
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