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Dragonfly: What we know about Google’s possible plans to re-enter China’s search market

Last month I wrote about China’s search market, how it is dominated by Baidu, and how that dominance is threatened by mobile-only disruptors such as Shenma. While Shenma continues to build on its growth since being launched back in 2014, there have been news reports in the past few months suggesting Google may also be …

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Report: Google plans to re-enter China with government-approved search app

According to a report in The Intercept, Google is going to formally re-enter the Chinese search market. The company reportedly is going to offer censorship of keywords and topics deemed sensitive by the Chinese government, including “human rights, democracy, religion, and peaceful protest.” Apparently, talks between Google and Chinese officials have been ongoing for some …

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