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Internet Company Employees Arrested for Taking Bribes to Delete Info From Chinese Search Engine

BY Lisa Goldman | Monday, August 6 2012

Three employees of a Chinese web company have been arrested for accepting thousands of dollars in bribes to delete information from a search engine, reports the BBC. Baidu, which owns the largest Chinese language search engine, fired all three employees — plus a third, who was not arrested. Read More

U.S. Ambassador To China Discusses Open Communications, Open Government At China's Search Giant Baidu

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Monday, April 2 2012

Baidu International Communications Director Kaiser Kuo, Baidu Bear and U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke at Baidu in Beijing, China.

Social media is an integral part of U.S. diplomacy in China, said the U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke on Friday during a townhall meeting with the employees of China's most popular search engine Baidu. The comment ... Read More

Daily Digest: Obama in Chinese

BY Joshua Levy | Tuesday, April 8 2008

A "Clinton insider" launches a site calling for Obama/Clinton unity; another site makes it easy to lobby the super delegates; Bobby Jindal for VP?; conservative bloggers aren't paying much attention to McCain; a Chinese ... Read More