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'More censorship' follows Google move

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Internet search engine Google has stopped censoring its search results in China, ignoring warnings by the country's authorities.

The US company said its Chinese users would be redirected to the uncensored pages of its Hong Kong website.

Damian Grammaticas reports from Beijing, and Michael Anti, an internet blogger and campaigner based in China, explains what Google's move means for internet users in China.

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