'If a player like Coc Coc came in, or Baidu, and said "hey we are perfectly happy to filter whatever you want us to filter" and in return they would get preferential treatment from the government, that could put Google in very tough spot,' he said.After a minute of silence punctuated by an occasional 'um', Ngoc came up with an example of a search request that might not be honored: someone tapping in 'Ho Chi Minh', the founder of Vietnam's Communist Party and the focus of a state-manicured personality cult, and 'is a dog'.'A lot of queries like that are made by politically-interested people,' he said.But that's not deterring a newly launched Russian-Vietnamese outfit which believes it can unseat the American search engine in this fast-growing Asian market and also contend with a jittery, authoritarian government seeking to clamp down on freedom of expression online.Like Google rivals elsewhere, Coc Coc, or 'Knock Knock' in English, believes the ubiquitous search engine doesn't get the nuances of the local language.The cost for 30 days - .99 will renew at .99/monthly if not cancelled (unlimited) The cost for 90 days - .99 will renew at .99 if not cancelled.For payment by telephone: The cost for 30 days - 30.
While not as close as they once were, Russia and Vietnam have a special relationship because of their shared ideological history.
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