New China Search Engine Will Be State-Controlled

In an apparent bid to extend its control over the Internet and cash in on the rapid growth of mobile devices, China plans to create a government-controlled search engine.The new venture would compete with Baidu.com, a private company that runs China’s dominant search engine. Baidu’s market has grown since Google retreated from the mainland earlier this year.
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/14/technology/14search.html

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