Google China has been in the news due to its rocky relationship with China for some time, and today those issues have culminated into a major move.
Google announced today that it has stopped censoring results and the China Google site has been redirected to Google Hong Kong.
China issued a warning last week to Google's partners that they must comply with censorship laws, the New York Times reported.
The State Department said earlier that there were "strong indications" that Google would make a move today, and now it's clear they did.
Here's a look back at key news events involving Google and China. Vote on the ones you find most remarkable.