Few days ago, Google China homepage is added with new features while renewing its Chinese Internet Content Provider license, and now we get to hear some words from Google Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt — he expects China to renew the company’s newly revised application to deliver Web services in the country.
Previously, the Chinese government is not happy with the Google.cn page, which automatically redirects you to Google’s Hong Kong site (Google.com.hk) when you click or enter a search query. They even threatened not to renew the ICP license because of this issue and the previous censorship war. And surprisingly, Eric Schmidt said these words during a press conference in Sun Valley,
“The timing of the decision is up to Chinese authorities,”
“Our operations in China are completely at the discretion of the Chinese government,”
Well, the decision for the renewal of Google’s Chinese ICP license is in the hands of the Chinese government, so let’s see whether Schmidt’s expectation is right or wrong.
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