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The Internet Party Rules In China | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs

The Internet Party Rules In China | Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
The internet is becoming a forum for free speech. Not if the Party can help it.
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Today we take a look at what is being said in Beijing about Social Media in China. You can read all about the social media party in China. You will learn some interesting things about the gross domestic product gain more of an incite about the Internet in China and find out what is going to happen over the next few months according to Lü Wei, Twitter and mainly Weibo a new popular micro site. You can also find out a bit more about Xi Jinping.

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Retail Chains Go Belly Up In Britain. But The Internet Isn't The Reason | Stirring Trouble Internationally

Retail Chains Go Belly Up In Britain. But The Internet Isn't The Reason | Stirring Trouble Internationally | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Retail chains going down. The Internet is the least of their problems.
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From digital camera's to sexy lingerie is it any wonder shops like Ann Summers are staying afloat during this rough recession and shops like Blockbuster and Jessops are taking the knock. Sales of  Compact Discs, DVDs have plummeted in the high street shops and George Osborne has been saying some interesting things about the HMV Group, what is happening on the Internet, why are Jessops broke and why McDonalds are still making coin. This is today's News of the day. The topic today is about retail and ecommerce.

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