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The Truly Enormous Chinese Censorship Machine

Posted by the editors on Saturday, 10 April 2010

Shiho Fukada for The New York Times

An Internet cafe in Beijing. Some Internet cafes and schools use filtering software, and a version for cellphones is in development.

Michael Wines, Sharon Lafraniere and Jonathan Ansfield have written an important, informative, and rather comprehensive article entitled “China’s Censors Tackle and Trip Over the Internet” in the Asia Pacific section of The New York Times (online) which examines the various components of the Chinese censorship machine, the tactics it employs and the consequences, in and for China, and elsewhere in the world.  If you’ve even a marginal interest in freedom and liberty read on…
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