Dalai Lama "In" China

January 15th 2010


A worker at a Beijing office checks stories and photos of the Dalai Lama on the Google China search page. Google has threatened to pull out of China after a series of cyber attacks originating from that nation. (STR / AFP / Getty Images / January 14, 2010)
Note: Google lifted its own self-censorship policy in China thereby allowing Chinese internet users for the first time to access "taboo" topics such as the Dalai Lama.
 
 

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