China to Google: “Ban Your Filthy Porn!”

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A Chinese Internet supervisory body has sharply criticised search giant Google for “providing base information,” in the form of pornography and other subversive material, and demands the company censor the information even more heavily.

The body’s public criticism demanded an end to Google’s assault on the moral rectitude of the Chinese nation, and sought a (more) complete block on access to pornography through the company’s services.

The demands come in the midst of a major tightening on computer censorship in the communist dictatorship, with computers sold from July onwards required to include mandatory web censorship software, ensuring connections to sites with “harmful” content are refused.

This software has managed to attract controversy of another sort, with an American censorship software provider complaining that the government approved software pirates its code wholesale, charges which the Chinese side naturally dismisses as mere raving…

Via ZakZak.

Google is of course well known for doing no wrong under its “do no evil” policy, fortunately having decided that supporting the tyrannical Chinese government’s draconian Internet censorship regime is in no way evil…

In other news, searching for information on the Tiananmen Square “massacre” of 1989 (六四事件), where according to evil Western propaganda PLA units slaughtered thousands of unarmed students, reveals only a few pictures of harmless men in suits on Google China, whilst Google’s other sites mysteriously carry tens of thousands of images of protestors and barricades.

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