Latest news on Google in China is about some bureaucratic hiccup, but the censorship story hits the headlines again …
Google, together with other major technology firms, has  come under fire in the US for helping China censor the internet. Earlier this month, members of the Congressional Human Rights Caucus said four US firms were putting profits before American principles of free speech.
[But] Google’s policy of telling users which pages are censored has also drawn the wrath of some [local] newspapers. “Does a business operating in China need to constantly tell customers that it’s abiding by the laws of the land?” asked the China Business Times, comparing Google to an uninvited guest.
The overt censorship actually reminds the community it is being censored by the laws of the land. Take it from there.