About 20 people from Students for a Free Tibet, including Joshua Duncan, right, of Oakland, Calif., gather in front of Google Inc., Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006, in Mountain View, Calif., to protest the companyâ€™s argeement to censor their Internet search engine results in China. The group has chapters at the Stanford and UC-Berkeley campuses. (AP Photo/Dino Vournas)
Google, which has as its motto â€œDonâ€™t Be Evil,â€ says the new site (google.cn) aims to make its search engine more accessible in China, thereby expanding access to information.
Jóvenes de Students for Free Tibet frente a las oficinas de Google en Mountain View para protestar por la censura del buscador en China. (vía)
– Two searches for â€œtiananmen squareâ€ on google.com :