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Google to stop 'self-censorship' in China


The internet giant Google has said it might pull out of China, after hackers tried to access the googlemail accounts of human rights campaigners in the country.

The company says it is no longer willing to operate under restrictions, in line with a deal with the government.

Peter Barron, Google's director of communications and public affairs for North and Central Europe, discusses the Chinese internet restrictions.

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