Google serves Chinese — an hour later, you're searching again

Internet search engine Google is now starting service in China, helping citizens there search for anything and everything (that’s government approved). Google has agreed to filter their search results to meet with government limits in China.

The site is ““. Odds are that relatively quickly you won’t be able to go to, type in “Tiananmen square massacre” and read these articles, or see these pictures.

It’s probably just a temporary oversight, since the Google people and China’s government are no doubt preoccupied with eliminating access to any articles or photos involving parents with more than one kid.

Rest assured they’ll get to that other stuff faster than you can say Falun Gong.

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