Microsoft’s Bing search engine reportedly blocked in China
Thursday, 24 January 2019 () Microsoft’s Bing search engine is the latest American technology service to become inaccessible in China, according to a report from the Financial Times. Starting at some point today, internet users in mainland China began complaining that cn.bing.com was no longer available from within the country; it is still accessible to those outside China at the moment. According to sources speaking anonymously with the FT, the state-owned telecom China Unicom has confirmed the order came from the government. We don’t yet know what may have triggered the ban.
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Microsoft's Bing search engine has been blocked in China, according to a statement from the company, making it the latest foreign technology service to be shut down behind the country's Great Firewall. Ed Giles reports.
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