Monday, April 21, 2014 6:27 PM IST

Google China Dispute

Google announced in January that it is "no longer willing to continue censoring" results on Google.cn, citing a breach of Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists. The company found that the hackers had breached into two Gmail accounts but were only able to access 'from' and 'to' information and subject headers of emails in these accounts.

Articles About Google China Dispute

Google Debuts Digital Magazine for Mobile Devices

By IBTimes AU

In today's virtual world, everyone wants to have faster and better access to information. (Dec 09, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: GOOGLE INC., IPHONE, APPLE INC., IPAD, ANDROID

Google infrastructure outdated; no place for hackers, says ex-Googler

By IBTimes

Ex-Googler who worked on Google's now retired project Wave termed the search engine giant's infrastructure as archaic. (Jun 13, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: TWITTER, FACEBOOK

Gmail hacking campaign detected, origin Jinan, China says Google

By IBTimes

According to Google, there has been a campaign to hack Gmail users' passwords in order to monitor their email accounts. (Jun 02, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, SOUTH KOREA

Google rules search ad market: report

By IBTimes

Google Inc. has extended its dominance in the worldwide search advertising market amid challenges from Microsoft’s Bing and rising competitive obstacles in fast-growing regions, says a report from IHS iSuppli. (Jan 19, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: GOOGLE INC., FACEBOOK, CHINA, MICROSOFT, SOUTH KOREA, ADVERTISING, RUSSIA

Baidu offers foreigners a peek into Chinese netizens with English blog

By IBTimes HK

Baidu Inc., the number one search engine in China, launched its English-language blog last week. The blog, called Baidu Beat, aims to offer English-speakers a window onto the Chinese Internet. (Jan 18, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, JAPAN, GOOGLE INC.

S&P's Top Internet Predictions For 2011: (GOOG, YHOO, AAPL)

By IBTimes

S&P Equity Research predicts big developments for the Internet segment in 2011, including continuing challenges for Google, changes at Yahoo, and a cloud offering from Apple. (Jan 02, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: APPLE INC., GOOGLE INC., CHINA, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, JAPAN, ADVERTISING, RETAIL, ITUNES

Google's departure from China a fallout of China Politburo's coordinated hacking attack: Wikileaks

By IBTimes

As a dossier of 2251,287 U.S. diplomatic cables obtained by Wikileaks tumbles out, bygone issues will be interpreted in a new light as raw details of closed-door diplomatic haggling reveal. (Nov 29, 2010)

MORE TOPICS: WIKILEAKS, CHINA, BARACK OBAMA, HUMAN RIGHTS, WHITE HOUSE, NEW YORK

China Unveils Its Own Google Earth

By Reuters

A Chinese government body has released its own online mapping service, designed to compete with Google Earth, a move that could spell more trouble for Google's services in the mainland. (Oct 22, 2010)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GOOGLE INC.

Chinese ad resellers to sue Google over contract termination

By IBTimes

Seven large Chinese advertising resellers of Google are planning to take legal action after the Internet giant announced a termination of their contracts on Tuesday. The termination comes into effect on October 27. (Oct 20, 2010)

MORE TOPICS: GOOGLE INC., ADVERTISING, CHINA, CREDIT SUISSE

Google to end contracts with China ad agents on Oct 27

By Reuters

Google Inc said on Tuesday its termination of contracts with seven large Chinese advertising resellers goes into effect on Oct 27, a development analysts say benefits China's leading search engine Baidu. (Oct 20, 2010)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GOOGLE INC., ADVERTISING, CREDIT SUISSE