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Further to our earlier story on visitors to Google Blogsearch beingredirected to Baidu in China, new reports have surfaced that wouldindicate that China has unilaterally blocked all three major searchengines in China and is redirecting all requests to Baidu.

Digital Marketing Blog poststhat all requests to Yahoo.com and sub-sites are being redirectedto Baidu. GoogleBlogscoped forums indicate that Live.com is also beingre-directed to Baidu, as well as confirming the Yahoo story and ourearlier Google post. The re-direct would also appear to apply toYouTube.com.


I’ve writtenpreviously on the possibility that China may use its firewallas an economic tool as opposed to a censorship tool alone, andalthough censorship may be partially behind todays blanket ban ofUS search sites, the redirect to Baidu would indicate an economicmotive; if the Chinese Government were serious about censorshipalone we would have reports of page not found/ blocked messages,not redirects to Baidu. The Chinese Government is clearly using itscensorship regime to the economic benefit of a Chinese owned (butNASDAQ listed) company. Although the United States Government is apoor WTO member (Antigua anyone) given that China is a recentmember the US Government should lodge a complaint with the WTO.China expects free and open access to Western nations but is nownot only blocking, but also redirecting domestic traffic away fromWestern internet sites that compete with local firms.

 
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