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The Chinese government has rejected claims that it is responsible for problems with Gmail in recent weeks. Yesterday Google denied there was a technical reason for the recent problems with Gmail, instead blamed the Chinese government for snooping. Some Gmail users were unable to log onto their accounts, or having done so could …

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Black Helicopters

They didn't really deny it...

Calling it an unacceptable accusation is not really denying it, is it?

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Gav
Headmaster

We're doing it, but don't you dare complain

"This is an unacceptable accusation"

Anyone else notice that this isn't exactly a denial?

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Badgers

You're all poops & I'm leaving China forever...

...BRB.

Love,

Google.

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Shakes fist...

It is almost like China just clinched their fingers into a fist and said "Damn you Google! Damn you!" but never really said no we didn't do that. In fact by not denying it I say that's as good as confirmed.

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Silver badge

If they really want to go back to China

They'd better keep their mouth shut.

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WTF?

"Google...

"...instead blamed the Chinese government for snooping."

So what Google are saying is that it is ok for *them* to snoop your emails to send you "targetted advertising", but object if anyone else does it?

Why does the word "hypocrites" come to mind???

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