Edit/Synopsis: A bug exists in the code that Google uses to enforce censorship of its recently announced Chinese service; the trivial bug – that search-strings with Capitalised Words generate uncensored output – could provide a (presumably temporary) mechanism for Chinese nationals to bypass their government censorship.
Simon Phipps just messaged me: (window grabs added infix for illustration)
So this is what censorship looks like in China:
And this is what the rest of the world sees:
…and so it looks like Google’s [2006-era] pro-China censorship keyword list is in all-lowercase, and the text matching is case-sensitive.
Oopsie. Enjoy the liberation whilst you can, citizens!