Google and China’s war has been going on since mid-January when Google refused to continue censoring search results in the country. Now though, Google is rumored to be pulling censorship this month- something the Chinese government’s IT ministry describes Google’s plans as “unfriendly and irresponsible” and warning that the company will have to bear the consequences of its actions.

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Li Yizhong, a Minister of Industry and Information Technology in China, responded with "if you don't respect Chinese laws, you are unfriendly and irresponsible, and the consequences will be on you" when asked about how China will retaliate if Google stayed true to its word.

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