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Google's presence in China alone has been controversial. Even after Google was hacked by Chinese secret police, the company remained in the country but rerouted its servers to Hong Kong.
Some even claimed that Google "hacked the hackers", taking 'justice' into their own hands, instead of allowing the authorities to investigate. The hack allegedly discovered that over 30 other companies, including Adobe, were hacked.
Google remained in the country and continued to censor search results at the request of the Chinese government. This is, on the most part, to comply with the limiting of civil liberties including the freedom of the presses and speech in the region.