With Google deciding to uncensor itself in China, perhaps some of the most popular search terms will no longer default to innocuous web ephemera:
"Tiananmen Square" no longer yields a recipe for the Chinese answer to Nanaimo Bars.
"Dalai Lama" no longer results in a science journal about a cloned experiment on mini-camels.
"Free Tibet" no longer comes up as an incentive offer for an online casino.
"Capitalism" doesn't produce a top result about the ancient belief in SHOUTING IN EMAILS AND CHAT WINDOWS!!!!!
"Forced Relocation" no longer shows judo throws.
"Indentured Servitude" doesn't speak of the longevity of false teeth.
"Censorship" doesn't result in a large boat full of thermometers.
"State Secrets" doesn't point you to the number three soap opera in the country.
"Bloody Coup" no longer points you to a viral video of a pigeon being strangled.
"Overthrow" does not point to a US football playbook on how a quarterback should pass against the wind.