«Google agreed… that it will respect China's laws and regulations,» Zhang Feng, a top official with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, told reporters.
«That is to say, it will not provide any information that will endanger China's national security, damage China's national interests, instigate ethnic hatred, spread superstitious information, damage social stability, or (provide) pornography, violence or slanderous information.»
A Tokyo-based Google spokeswoman said its current arrangement would not require the company to censor either its google.cn or google.com.hk sites.
«As we stated in our blog the other day, the products we are keeping on Google.cn (Music, Translate, Product Search) do not require Google to censor,» spokeswoman Jessica Powell said in an email to AFP.
«All other products, like web search, we are offering from Google.com.hk, and without censorship. So in short, there is no censorship being done by Google on either domain.»
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