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A Look Into China’s Web Censorship Program

March 27th, 2010 03:03 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

kev0153 writes “MSNBC is offering a good article explaining some of the details behind China’s web censorship program. ‘Google’s face-off with Beijing over censorship may have struck a philosophical blow for free speech and encouraged some Chinese Netizens by its sheer chutzpah, but it doesn’t do a thing for Internet users in China. Its more lasting impact may lie in the global exposure it has given to the Chinese government’s complex system of censorship – an ever-shifting hodgepodge of restrictions on what information users can access, which Web tools they can use and what ideas they can post.’”

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