Google is reportedly set to launch a modified search app for China, which will blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the government. Photo: ReutersGoogle is reportedly set to launch a modified search app for China, which will blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the government. Photo: Reuters
Google is reportedly set to launch a modified search app for China, which will blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the government. Photo: Reuters

Google reported to launch censored search engine in China, marking shift in strategy

The US internet giant’s modified search app will blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the Chinese government

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Google is reportedly set to launch a modified search app for China, which will blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the government. Photo: ReutersGoogle is reportedly set to launch a modified search app for China, which will blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the government. Photo: Reuters
Google is reportedly set to launch a modified search app for China, which will blacklist sites on human rights, democracy, religion and other issues deemed sensitive by the government. Photo: Reuters
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