Google may have shut down its China-approved search engine, but the Chinese government isn't losing any sleep over it. The largest news agency in China (which is government run) is launching a search engine of their own, Panguso, to provide citizens with results approved by the Communist powers that be. If you're interested in freeing Tibet, you probably don't wanna start here. [PhysOrg]
China Gets A Search Engine Of Its Own
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