Chinese Internet Censorship
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China should not censor any material or statement against its government or any other subject, especially in an expression of opinion, criticism, or repugnance.
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Political Cartoon; Anything For a Buck

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Political Cartoon; Blocked in China

Political Cartoon; Blocked in China | Chinese Internet Censorship | Scoop.it
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Political Cartoon; The Net in China

Political Cartoon; The Net in China | Chinese Internet Censorship | Scoop.it
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A Diagram of the Amount of Internet Users in the Country

A Diagram of the Amount of Internet Users in the Country | Chinese Internet Censorship | Scoop.it
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Chinese internet censors erase news of £3.7 million donation to Cambridge - Telegraph

Chinese internet censors erase news of £3.7 million donation to Cambridge - Telegraph | Chinese Internet Censorship | Scoop.it
Internet censors in China have moved to erase news of a controversial £3.7m donation to Cambridge University after questions were raised about whether the Chinese government was buying influence at Britain's leading university.
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Facebook, China Have Much in Common: William Pesek

Facebook, China Have Much in Common: William Pesek | Chinese Internet Censorship | Scoop.it
Mark Zuckerberg is pulling off a feat bigger than becoming the world’s richest 20-something: thriving in the cyber age even before “friending” the most populous nation and biggest Internet market.
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"Tiananmen Square" and "Zhao Ziyang" No Longer Censored on China's Internet? -- NTDTV.com

On Tuesday morning, many Chinese netizens discovered that the search term “Zhao Ziyang” appears in Baidu Encyclopedia, a web-based Chinese encyclopedia. Baidu Encyclopedia, together with the Baidu search engine, is heavily self-censored.
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The Chinese Love Weibo Microblogging Services | Tech Wire Asia

The Chinese Love Weibo Microblogging Services | Tech Wire Asia | Chinese Internet Censorship | Scoop.it
Even with issues like censorship, real-name policies and filtering, Weibo services are a big hit in China. Can Weibo gain traction around the world, too?
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Chinese flock to President Obama website after China lifts block

Chinese flock to President Obama website after China lifts block | Chinese Internet Censorship | Scoop.it
Chinese are flooding a Web page of President Barack Obama's re-election campaign on Google Inc.'s social networking service with comments, after China seemingly lifted long-standing blocks.
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Internet Censorship in China - Breaking World Internet Censorship News - The New York Times

Internet Censorship in China - Breaking World Internet Censorship News - The New York Times | Chinese Internet Censorship | Scoop.it

World news about internet censorship in China. A basic summary of the issues and occurances of the censorship.

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Twitter Announces Censorship Plans, Chinese Netizens Outraged -- NTDTV.com

Twitter's new plans have led to a range of comments among Chinese users, all of whom are circumventing China's "Great Firewall" of Internet censorship, which blocks the site entirely.
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