I think google is being a little diplomatic and exaggerated at the point as they talked about the issues of their company as well as others at the same time - google's decision to exit china introduction they are willing to work with china but on their own demands and rules, which is not accepted by the government of the china. As knee-jerk as google's decision to exit the us military's project maven may be, its decision to abandon china eight years ago was not google originally accepted chinese censorship as a cost of.
Google controlled about 41% of china's online search market at the beginning of 2010, according to web analytics provider statcounter, while baidu controlled 57% of the market google's abrupt exit left the door open for baidu, which fortified its position as the country's top search engine.
After threatening to quit china over cyberattacks and legally required self-censorship, google announced early tuesday beijing time that its chinese search engine, googlecn, would automatically redirect queries to its service in hong kong, where google is not legally required to censor searches.
When google shut down its chinese search engine in 2010, it gave up access to an enormous market there are more than twice as many people on the internet in china as there are residents in the us, and the number of chinese internet users is growing at a rate that far surpasses that of any other country. Then in 2006 google launched its first chinese-language search engine run from china, googlecn with lee at the helm, google recruited dozens of top engineers and linguists to its beijing headquarters to perfect search results on googlecn.