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February 14, 2006

Exiled Tibetans protest Google censorship

Topics: Technology

Google's communist complicity with communism means that references to Tibet and the Tiananmen Square protests are blocked from Chinese internet readers:

DHARMSALA, India -- Scores of angry Tibetans on Tuesday protested Google's launch of a censored version of its search engine in China which adheres to that country's government restrictions on free speech.

The protesters assembled in the central square of Dharmsala, the northern Indian headquarters of the exiled Tibetan government, carrying placards reading "Google, Don't be Evil," and "Gulag, Censoring Search by Search."

The protesters also sent out 30,000 e-mails to people across the world urging them not to access Google on Tuesday.

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Searches on Google's Chinese site for such sensitive topics as the Dalai Lama often show omitted sites, or direct users to Chinese government Web sites.

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Posted by tim at February 14, 2006 11:03 AM



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