Google to Stop Rerouting Chinese Users to Hong Kong

by on June 29, 2010

Google has decided to stop its rerouting of users from china to Honk Kong in order to avoid communist government’s internet filtering, because of which Google inc. on March 22 has supposedly shut down its search engine. But if the company does not stop rerouting its search site in Hong Kong site, it would loose its license if the same blunder happens to continue.

As told by the company’s spokesperson “they made it clear as the government did not think that this redirection was acceptable”

David Drummond, Google’s chief legal officer, on a company’s Blog reconfirmed that the authorities in china told the company that ‘if they continue redirecting users their license to internet content provider will not be renewed ‘.

But the company has not completely shut providing its service to people, whereas they run music download service and many other features with the help of, which is not affected by the filtering regulations.

The people are being provided great help by connecting its users from to which moves the visitor to the site in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is also a Chinese territory but it has no internet filtering system and enjoys all the civil liberties just like in the west.

On behalf of government, foreign spokesperson, Qin Gang, announced that Chinese government promotes and encourages foreign companies to operate but that should happen according to the law.

Whereas Google’s announcement of no longer being in incorporation with the Chinese internet filtering system proved to be a big shame to the communist leaders, who wish to develop china’s technology industry with the help of foreign companies.

Now everyone have their eyes on the answer of the communist leaders to allow the company to operate its services, as Google was the big and a major company to have and operate its own china-based service.

The main centre of Google  located at the mountain view in California wishes to have a research centre in china, to generate revenues and  mobile phone business in china with the help of advertising sales team.

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