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Google censorship laid bare

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Amnesty International UK's Steve Ballinger and from July 2007, Google's global privacy head Peter Fleischer on whether the search engine should continue to allow China to censor it.

The Chinese government has allowed more to be viewed over the internet during the Olympic celebrations.

Currently, Tiananmen Square crackdown images are available when searched with Google in China, although this was not the case several months ago.

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