Michael Liedtke of the Associated Press reports:
Shedding China’s shackles on free speech is proving to be easier said than done for Google Inc.
The internet search leader is still censoring its results in China a month after Google’s leaders took a public stand against Chinese laws that require the removal of links to websites that the government deems subversive or offensive.
Citing the sensitivity of the talks, Google officials won’t say how the negotiations have been going since the company issued its Jan. 12 threat to shut down its China-based search engine and possibly leave the country completely.
Read more in the Concord Monitor.