Google’s offices in Beijing on August 8. The search engine is reportedly poised to return to China after eight years, albeit in a modified form, and expected to blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the Chinese government. Photo: Reuters

Google’s censored search engine plan for China seems to place profits above all else

Topic |   Censorship in China

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Google’s offices in Beijing on August 8. The search engine is reportedly poised to return to China after eight years, albeit in a modified form, and expected to blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the Chinese government. Photo: Reuters
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