In Google China Flap, An Accuser Is Accused

China’s critiques of Google (GOOG) have sparked an online backlash among some Web users in China, in the latest sign of discontent with the government’s Internet control tactics.

Google’s recent troubles began with a CCTV news broadcast on Thursday that chastised the company for allowing users to find pornography and other vulgar content via the Chinese version of its search engine, Google.cn. The program, which can be seen here (in Chinese), included an interview with a young man named Gao Ye, who was described as a university student.

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