In advance of an expected announcement about its plans in China, Google has begun redirecting traffic to its Chinese site through Hong Kong and has removed language warning searchers of censored results from its search results pages.
MarketWatch on Monday reported that preparation for Google's possible exit from China appears to have begun. Visitors to Google.cn are now being redirected to Google.com.hk, with no mention of the shift. In addition, searches that Monday morning produced warning labels reading "according to local laws, regulations and policies, some search results are not shown" were no longer carrying that warning.
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