Google Work To Satisfy Chinese Censorship Laws
The company is rumoured to be working on a new version of their search engine so it can be used in China.
Google is reportedly working on a mobile version of its search engine that will comply with strict censorship controls in China.
News website The Intercept reported that the work has been ongoing since the spring of 2017 and was accelerated in December following a meeting between Google CEO Sundar Pichai and a top Chinese government official.
The New York Times and Wall Street Journal have confirmed the work in separate reports, also citing unnamed sources.
According to The Intercept, Google created a custom Android app that will automatically filter out sites blocked by China's so-called "Great Firewall".
Google has not offered search services in China since it exited the country in 2010.