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This article was published on March 22, 2010


How To Track The Google-China Conflict – Google Made You A Chart!

How To Track The Google-China Conflict – Google Made You A Chart!
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In keeping with their move to end the censorship of search results in China, Google has opened a new website to help people track the issue.

Google is reporting access, and access issues on this website for Google applications in China.

The website will track the uptime of Google apps in China around the clock, letting people know what China is allowing, and what China is not allowing. Of course, China might block this website, but for the moment it is up. This is the current status of Google products in China: