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Hackers bypass censorship

by Nikola Strahija on February 6th, 2006 For 6 hours the Chinese were able to search the web normally, providing they've entered their queries in capital letters.

Web site Crypticide discovered a way to beat Google's censoring of its new Chinese search engine results. It took Google only 6 hours to react to this, and the trick stopped working. Crypticide does not rest, it is now trying to find some other means around Google's Chinese censorship.

This only shows how much the free internet world is mad with Google's obeying of inhumane censorship. Hackers of all sorts now flock to find ways around the wall, and the fight is just beginning, according to experts.

Google did not comment on these recent events.

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