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Google's exit: Is China just a money pit? [podcast]

It's official. Google has stopped censoring Chinese search results. We discuss what this move means for the company, the country, and the Internet.
Written by Jason Hiner, Editor in Chief on

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It's official. Google has stopped censoring Chinese search results. We discuss what the move means for the company, the country, and the Internet.

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