Google avoids Chinese take-away

Google has updated its blog post regarding its censorship row in China with the simple sentence:

"We are very pleased that the government has renewed our ICP license and we look forward to continuing to provide web search and local products to our users in China".

So that's cleared that up then. Or has it?

What about Google's threat back in January that it would quit the country as a result of cyber-attacks on Gmail accounts of human rights' activists, or its harsh criticism of the way the Chinese government censors the web for its public?

Google said originally on its blog:

"We have decided we are no longer willing to continue censoring our results on Google.cn, and so over the next few weeks we will be discussing with the Chinese government the basis on which we could operate an unfiltered search engine within the law, if at all. We recognize that this may well mean having to shut down Google.cn, and potentially our offices in China".

Has the situation changed in China with only Google finding out? Or has Google wobbled on its original threat because of the huge economic potential that China may present to it?

After all, Google is still censoring its search results via Google.cn.

It was recently redirecting all Google.cn traffic through to Google.hk, which provided uncensored results in a recognisable language for Chinese surfers. Now that procedure has changed and Google.cn simply provides a link to Google.hk instead.

How long until the Chinese government ask Google to remove that option though?

And going by Google's recent backtracking, it will probably do as it's told.

We are very pleased that the government has renewed our ICP license and we look forward to continuing to provide web search and local products to our users in China.  (original post) Ever since we launched Google.cn, our search engine for mainland Chinese users, we have done our best to increase access to information while abiding by Chinese law. This has not always been an easy balance to strike, especially since our January announcement that we were no longer willing to censor results on Google.cn.  We currently automatically redirect everyone using Google.cn to Google.com.hk, our Hong Kong search engine. This redirect, which offers unfiltered search in simplified Chinese, has been working well for our users and for Google. However, it’s clear from conversations we have had with Chinese government officials that they find the redirect unacceptable—and that if we continue redirecting users our Internet Content Provider license will not be renewed (it’s up for renewal on June 30). Without an ICP license, we can’t operate a commercial website like Google.cn—so Google would effectively go dark in China.  That’s a prospect dreaded by many of our Chinese users, who have been vocal about their desire to keep Google.cn alive. We have therefore been looking at possible alternatives, and instead of automatically redirecting all our users, we have started taking a small percentage of them to a landing page on Google.cn that links to Google.com.hk—where users can conduct web search or continue to use Google.cn services like music and text translate, which we can provide locally without filtering. This approach ensures we stay true to our commitment not to censor our results on Google.cn and gives users access to all of our services from one page.  Over the next few days we’ll end the redirect entirely, taking all our Chinese users to our new landing page—and today we re-submitted our ICP license renewal application based on this approach.  As a company we aspire to make information available to users everywhere, including China. It’s why we have worked so hard to keep Google.cn alive, as well as to continue our research and development work in China. This new approach is consistent with our commitment not to self censor and, we believe, with local law. We are therefore hopeful that our license will be renewed on this basis so we can continue to offer our Chinese users services via Google.cn.  Posted by David Drummond, SVP, Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer  Permalink  Share: An update on China  Labels: Asia, free expression, policy and issues, privacy  Links to this post    La Cina ha rinnovato la licenza a Google | setteB.IT     Il motore di ricerca può continuare ad operare come fornitore di contenuti nel paese che censura i risultati. Solo a fine giugno Google sperava di ottenere il.      Posted by Fabio M. Zambelli at 05:00    China renueva la licencia de Google para operar en el país ...     "Nos complace comunicar que el gobierno chino ha renovado nuestra licencia de proveedor de contenidos de Internet (ICP License) y esperamos continuar proporcionando servicio con nuestro buscador y productos locales a nuestros usuarios ...      Posted by at 04:45    Google Gets Its License To Operate In China Renewed     Back in January 2010, Google declared that it was no longer willing to continue censoring search results on Google.cn, and that it would possible shut down the Chinese search page, and potentially even its offices in China.      Posted by Robin Wauters at 04:43    – www.imatica.org – Edición España y Latinoamérica     Última hora: el gobierno chino renueva la licencia de operador de Internet a Google. Julio 9, 2010 01:37 PM. 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In the latest turn of events, Google has announced that it will stop automatically redirecting users from the google.cn website to its server in Hong Kong in order to ...      Posted by Rohit Bhat at 00:48    !      . , ICP . ...      Posted by at 00:22    Linkwertig: Identität, Google, Friendly Music, Open Stack ...     Identität Martin Lindner mit einem sehr schönen Text über Identität im Zeitalter der Wolke. Primär geht es im Netz ja.      Posted by Markus Spath at 23:00    Google to Alter Chinese Site in Bid to Retain Operator License     Mountain View, Calif. -- Google announced that it will stop re-directing Chinese users to a Hong Kong-based version of its search site, in a bid to retain a key "Internet Content Provider" license issued by the government that is ...      Posted by Rich Scherr at 14:45    Google Cheeky in China?     Today, Google made a cheeky move on its China site (Google.cn) in order to preserve its domain name and ability to operate in the PRC. 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In a statement released today, Google announced that it would stop redirecting search traffic from China's landing page google.cn to Hong Kong's page google.com.hk. Google initially started redirecting traffic in January in an ...      Posted by Andrew Munchbach at 06:12    Chinese Government Throws Google a Lemon: Google Tries to Make ...     Back in January, Google threatened to pull out of China and promised to stop censoring results served to Chinese users. They followed through on their promise in March and started redirected all Google.cn users to the uncensored ...      Posted by Pallab De at 06:03    Google To Stop Redirecting Chinese Users To Hong Kong     Back in March Google [GOOG] decided to redirect its Chinese search users to their Hong Kong site in an attempt to get round the censorship dispute they were having with the Chinese Government. 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