Search engine giant, Google, has recently put some serious allegations on the Chinese government for interfering with Gmail, the online email service of Google. Many users had complained difficulty in accessing their accounts.
Some of the foreign journalists had reported that their accounts have been hacked. The complains came after many Gmail users, over the past few weeks, in China, were facing problems in accessing their mailbox.
It has been predicted that some activists have been trying to control the internet. The Google authorities have said that their engineers could not find any fault or any technical problem with Gmail or its main website.
The company said in a statement that after extensive checks, the engineers could not find any faults. The company also said that the Chinese Government blockage has been smartly designed, to make it look like the problem is with Gmail. The authorities have said that the activists may be targeting a specific target. Two weeks ago, the search engine giant had also noticed some politically motivated attacks against certain users in China. Google has now taken the decision to shut down the mainland China website and start its operations in Hong Kong after the attacks from the hackers in China in 2009.