They’re experimenting with putting up a page that shows the number of requests they’ve received, and (partially) the action they took, for the most recent six months.
You can view their map and click the pushpins to see country-specific data. For China, it says
Chinese officials consider censorship demands to be state secrets, so we cannot disclose that information at this time.
Isn’t it interesting that rather than saying “removal requests” Google used the word “censorship” in this case?
To read more about legitimate (legal) requests and requests that do not have the force of law behind them and may simply be trying to intimidate a web site owner, visit the Chilling Effects Clearinghouse.
The Open Net Initiative seeks to identify and document Internet filtering and surveillance.