Google says sorry for porn links

Google has apologised to the Chinese government after being accused of failing to police links that lead to pornographic material.

Google has apologised to the Chinese government after being accused of failing to police links that lead to pornographic material.

After being accused of the malpractice Google deleted all links to vulgar material from its site and released the following statement on their Chines blog:

“Search engines link to a sea of materials and our plan is to conquer mountains of technical difficulties and do all we can to reduce the amount of vulgar material,” the company said in the statement.

“Google is willing to be a law-abiding citizen in China,” it said.

Google was not the only internet company to feel the wrath of the Chinese government – 19 companies were singled out – including the popular Chinese search engine Baidu – and accused of spreading pornographic material and material that could corrupt minors.

Source: news.com.au



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