Will America always impose an embargo? Giant ban from China! [Çin vs ABD]

The Chinese government has deprecated Google Translate, one of the few Google services still in use in the country, claiming that almost no one is using it. When you enter the Google Translate web page in the country, visitors are now directed to the web version in Hong Kong.

From China, Google is banned

Google said in a statement, “In China due to low usage Google We stop the translate”, he explained. However, the web analytics platform Similarweb‘e (South China Morning Post through), the Chinese Google Translate website was visited by a total of 53.5 million visitors by desktop and mobile users in August.

Google has had a complex issue with China for years. The US pulled the search engine from China in 2010, just four years after it officially entered the market, due to a massive cyberattack combined with government censorship.

Google Translate and other services were re-launched in China in 2017, soon after speculation was making a comeback. But now it is rejoining the list of unused Google products in the country, along with Gmail, Chrome and Search.

The censors used in the country are said to block some prohibited topics, including religion, human rights, and peaceful protest. The news drew a lot of backlash from Google employees, US politicians and human rights defenders.

Tensions between China and the United States have been escalating lately. Due to the passage of the Chips Law, Chinese politicians reacted strongly to this law. US officials, Nvidia ve AMDbring high-performance AI-focused GPUs to China stop selling gave instructions for. The recent events, which caused a lot of anger, brought the two countries seriously against each other.

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