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Google in China

 Kristina Wilson, Yaneli Ramos, Daniel Harvey
  11th-Jan-2017
Description: In early 2006, search-engine giant Google struck a deal with the People’s Republic of China and launched Google.cn, a version of its search engine run by the company from within China. Launching Google.cn required Google to operate as an official Internet Service Provider (ISP) in China, a country whose Communist government requires all ISPs to self-censor, removing content that is considered illegal from search results.
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Category: Leadership & Strategy
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GOOGLE IN CHINA
“The Great Firewall”
Prepared by Kristina Wilson, Yaneli Ramos, and Daniel Harvey under the
supervision of Professor Wayne Norman (edited by Professor Chris MacDonald)

In early 2006, search-engine giant Google struck a deal with the People’s
Republic of China and launched Google.cn, a version of its search
engine run by the c ... See more

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