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Gmail has been revamping its contact manager and UI, however, in another part of the world, China to be specific, Gmail users are being scammed by hackers into giving away their usernames and passwords.

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Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that he expected the Chinese government to renew their license which would allow Google to continue to offer search and other services to Chinese users.

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Google has announced that it will stop redirecting Google.cn users to Google.hk and instead serve a special landing page to Chinese users.

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According to latest reports, the Chinese Government has finally started blocking all Google Search queries.

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RIP Google China

Reports are flowing in that the Chinese government has started blocking certain search results in Google China. There has been no statement about the search terms which are being banned by Google yet.

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Google China user cannot access Google in plain English. The complaints keep flowing from users who were able to access Google global from China earlier.

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Google China Service Status

Google has finally hit the long standing nail on the Google China coffin and packed it off to Hong Kong. Users who visit Google.cn are now automatically redirected to Google.com.hk, effectively ending search censorship in China.

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Google China Translation

Google is still censoring search results in China, even after claiming that they would walk out of there after th Google hack. Google.cn has a disclaimer which translates to “According to local laws, regulations and policies, some search results are not shown.”

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Google China Doodle

If you visit Google’s China page today (http://ww.google.cn), you will be greeted with a Google Doodle which showcases the 4 great inventions of China.

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Looks like the Chinese are already paying their condolences to Google, before they can even pull out operations from China. RIP Google. Oh wait, only in China, that too maybe.

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