Mountain View, Calif. – Google’s (NASD: GOOG) search engine has once
again been blocked from users in mainland China, the company said on Thursday.
move, which Google told the Associated Press it is still looking into, comes
after the company appeared to have smoothed over heightened tensions with the
After a hacking incident at Google in January was attributed to Chinese sources, the
company stopped censoring its search results and pondered exiting the country
Earlier this month, the company announced that China had renewed its
license to publish Internet content in the country — after Google ceased
re-directing mainland China searchers to its uncensored site in Hong Kong.