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Google faces backlash

China Daily | Updated: 2010-03-24 07:48

After all the uproar over Google's long dispute with China, we can now have a moment of peace.

Amid high anticipation, the company based in the United States shut down its service on the Chinese mainland and redirected users to its search engine in Hong Kong on Monday.

Ever since the company chose to wrongly accuse the Chinese government of supporting cyber-attacks on its search engine in January, the world has been forced to watch the dispute quickly evolve into a political issue. Google's efforts to make this issue into a political spat have naturally met with strong opposition and criticism from the Chinese government and society.

Google faces backlash

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