|'Google will comply with censorship to get Play into China'|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2015-09-07 22:43:04|
Today The Information reports that Google is making plans to get a version of Google Play back into China and that it's willing to work within Chinese censorship law to do it. The company "will follow local laws and block apps that the government deems objectionable" in the interest of regaining control over its own operating system. Google also wants to help Chinese developers distribute their apps outside of China and help international developers sell their apps within China.
Everything's for sale.
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