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After short revival, Google service disruptions in China return

11
Jul
2014

Google Inc services were once again being disrupted in China on Friday after a brief respite on Thursday, users and an anti-censorship group reported, continuing more than a month of severe disruption. Features such as Googles search, maps, online advertising services and e-mail client have been rendered almost inaccessible for users in China. The Google disruption began in the run-up to the 25th anniversary of the governments bloody crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators around Beijings Tiananmen Square. China maintains tight control over the Internet, nipping in the bud any signs of dissent or challenges to the ruling Communist Partys leadership.

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