Google returns to China

Google returns to China

Google has gone from China five years ago after a dispute over censorship with the Chinese government, but according to the report, entered on Friday from Mountain View, California, the company will return to Mainland China in the near future.

Google returns to China


In 2010, Google closed its local search engine in China and moved some operations to Hong Kong to avoid censorship of search results that is required by the government. Around the same time, Google has accused China of involvement in cyber attacks against the search giant.

According to the report: «in the autumn of this year, the company hopes to get approval of the Chinese government to spread a special Chinese version of the mobile application store for Android-smartphone Google Play in the country».

Google creates “special” app store for China to sell applications for Android-devices and other portable gadgets. “These steps will again do a Google internet service provider in mainland China, which will store local user data and meets the requirements of state censorship”, – Stated in the information.

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