· March, 2010

Stories about China from March, 2010

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China: Conversation among webcensors

25 March 2010

A screen capture of a webcensor's QQ group conversation has been circulated via Twitter. It helps the outside world to understand the micro operation of online censorship in China. Webcensor – xiao dong (1111937) 13:49:33 Hi everybody, check if your website contains information calling for support on Google. Let me...

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China: Various aspects of censorship

  17 March 2010

March 12 was the World Day Against Cyber Censorship and Reporter without Border announced its latest list of “Enemies of the Internet” which points finger at China, among other authoritarian states. Jason Ng from Kenengba tries to enrich the discussion by outline various aspects of Chinese Internet censorship. 1. Non-transparent...

China: Proposed regulations on Internet Cafes

  10 March 2010

This year, members of the National People's Congress (NPC) and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) have put forward a number of suggestions regarding legislation on regulation of Internet Cafes. Government run internet cafes According to local media report, CPPCC members Yan Qi suggested the government to run internet cafes...

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