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Is Google operating illegally in China?

Trouble appears to be brewing for internet giant Google (again!), after a recent spat with Chinese authorites and the US state department, it appears that Google has been operating in China within the appropriate license.

China's Interior ministry was said to be "concerned" about the report and was investigating it.

While Google continues to claim that it shares a license with a local company, this is yet another example of how naive the company is. Google has prided itself on breaking conventional rules, but it would appear that it is now struggling under the weight of its own ego.

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