Microsoft recently announced a partnership with the largest Chinese search engine Baidu. English search terms have grown in popularity in China and Baidu will utilize Microsoft’s Bing. The English results will still be subject to censorship by the Chinese government, which is why Google pulled its search from Beijing. Read the full article at

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