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Text of report by Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post website on 24 March
[Report by Shi Jiangtao in Beijing: "'great Firewall' Unmoved by Google's Action"; headline as provided by source]
Google's decision to move its simplified-Chinese search service to an uncensored site in Hong Kong grabbed headlines around the world yesterday but it meant little to tens of millions of mainland internet users and failed to change the censorship regime it set out to challenge.
Hours after the California-based internet giant made public its decision to end self-censorship in China, the famed image of the "Tiananmen tank man" did not pop up on screens nationwide …