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5 Questions for Google About Controversial China Search Project

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Expand A Chinese national flag sways in front of Google China's headquarters in Beijing on January 14, 2010. © 2010 Reuters Google CEO Sundar Pichai will be in the hot seat tomorrow when he testifies before the United States House Judiciary Committee following an outcry over its plans to re-enter the Chinese search market. A coalition of more than 70 human rights groups and advocates have raised serious questions about Google’s planned expansion in China in a letter released today. Media reports said the Chinese search app, codenamed Project Dragonfly, would censor terms like “human rights”…

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