Censorship of Google
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Censorship of Google may refer to:
- blocking or filtering of Google services or websites by outside entities, notably in the policies of Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China
- Google's own censorship of its search results as the result of legal action by third parties, most notably the European Union's "right to be forgotten"
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