Articles by Michael Wines, Sharon LaFraniere and Jonathan Ansfield
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THE NEW YORK TIMES
April 9, 2010
Type the Chinese characters for “carrot” into Google’s search engine here in mainland China, and you will be rewarded not with a list of Internet links, but a blank screen.Don’t blame Google, however. The fault lies with China’s censors — who are increasingly a model for countries around the world that want to control an unrestricted Internet.