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Text of report in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency)
BEIJING, 3 September: China's popular search engine, Baidu, has come under fire, after a letter revealing that the company's employees were being paid to delete internet posts, was published online recently.
The news, which revealed that a number of the employees had been arrested in connection with the claims, has attracted the attention of internet users across the country.
"Four members of staff were accused of involvement in the deletion of posts for money. Three of whom were suspected of accepting bribes." Yang Chuntian, director of Baidu's Professional Ethic …