Google set to stop rerouting from Chinese site

By Andy Rice 29 June 2010

Google has announced that it will no longer automatically redirect all visitors to its page to Google's licence for operating in China, which allows it to redirect users from its Chinese page to the Hong Kong version, will expire on Wednesday, and is not likely to be renewed unless the internet search firm stops its redirection policy. Read more: Reuters


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