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35 MINS AGO - Huffington Post

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Jimmy Wales on Censorship in China

On May 19, 2015 both the encrypted and unencrypted Chinese-language versions of Wikipedia were blocked in China, ending what has been a complicated censorship situation for the world's most important online resource. We have been critical of Wikipedia's approach to censorship in the Middle Kingdom. In a recent piece, I lamented the loss of Wikipedia in China. The encyclopedia's founder, ...

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54 MINS AGO - Yahoo! News

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Wikipedia founder defends decision to encrypt the site in China

This summer, Wikipedia switched to encrypted HTTPS for all users, preventing ISPs from seeing which pages a user was visiting or injecting traffic into the stream. Wikipedia was blocked in mainland China following the changes and has remained blocked for more than two months now, a result that has been controversial among a number of anti-censorship groups and drawn significant ...

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46 MINS AGO - TheNextWeb

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Google reportedly plans aggressive move back into China

Google left the Chinese market loudly five years ago, after refusing to censor its services at the request of the government. Now it’s planning an aggressive move back into the country according to a report by The Information. The company has imminent plans to announce that it’ll create a version of Android Wear for smartwatches in China in an attempt to ...

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55 MINS AGO - Business Insider

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After a 5 year hiatus, Google is trying to bring its services back to China (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google is planning to launch a version of its Google Play app store and Android Wear software for wearables in mainland China, reports Amir Efrati at The Information. This would come about five years after the company pulled its services out of the country in 2010. During that year, Google moved its Chinese-language search engine to a Hong-Kong-based web domain after ...

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26 MINS AGO - Ars Technica

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