Jul 16

The Google advertising has now declared its real purpose in the month of March, to move its Chinese language Internet Research Operation to Hong Kong. The action will take place with the hope of getting a bypass to all censorship laws for the companies that are generally being operated in mainland China. But the Chinese had a fight with their own government, as a result of which the government never intended to have a pleasing ending. Thus, on the late Monday night, Google has now announced that the China will not at all renew its entire Internet Content Provider License. A chief approval is already scheduled to expire on Wednesday unless and until Google stops the whole redirecting.


It also seems to be doubtful that its fresh strategy will surely pass the entire scrutiny. However, rather than automatically redirecting all the Google.cn users the company has simply designed a landing page wherein all users can easily perform all their searches for further using the google china services. Some of these services include music and text translations. These services can be offered without filtration. Google spokesman said that this approach even ensures them that the company should stay correct on their commitment and not to censor and give user access to all of our new services from one and only one page.
However, the one and only thing on that landing page is a large hyperlink to a unique google.com.hk. The companies who visit the landing page cannot do anything but simply stare at the page or even click the large link in the centre, in order to visit the google.com.hk. As Just after they click through the particular version of google.com.hk, there are some services, like maps and even translation that are obtainable with a.cn domain, but images, news, and other services are even directed through the entire .com.hk domain.

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