|Google Denies Acting Unlawfully|
|Reuters News Wire (email@example.com)|
Tue, 21 Feb 2006 13:18:50 -0600
Internet giant Google, which has agreed to block politically sensitive|
items on its new China site, rejected Chinese newspaper reports on
Tuesday that the new platform does not have the correct license.
The Beijing News reported on Tuesday that Google.cn, the recently
The Ministry of Information Industry, which regulates China's
"Under China's policy framework for the Internet, Google.cn is clearly
A Google spokeswoman said the newspaper reports were groundless.
Google used the ICP license of another, local company, Ganji.com,
Yahoo Inc. and EBay Inc. have similar license arrangements.
The official spokesman for the ministry was not available for
He said the ministry would offer a statement on the issue some time
The Chinese government blocks foreign investors from directly
Foreign investors have usually become minority shareholders in joint
Google has weathered recent criticism from United States lawmakers and
But the China Business Times, a business paper with a sometimes
"Does a business operating in China need to constantly tell customers
The paper likened Google to "an uninvited guest" telling a dinner host
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