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China’s New Leaders and the Strengthening of Online Censorship

Internet censorship in China, which has long been pervasive, has become even greater in recent weeks, to the point that even those in China who could usually find ways to get around the imposed restrictions are struggling to view sites such as and The LA Times reports that the tech-savvy Internet users in […]

Chinese Censorship Aimed at Preventing Collective Action

Back in 2009 when President Obama paid his first visit to China, the President came out and stated that he was a “big supporter of non-censorship,” claiming that criticism helped him to better serve the needs of the American people. “The more freely information flows, the stronger society becomes as citizens can hold their governments […]

China Redirects to; Seeking Reports!

Google announced today on its official blog a decision to redirect traffic to to, following a row that had observers wondering if Google would pull out of China entirely.  From the official Google blog: So earlier today we stopped censoring our search services—Google Search, Google News, and Google Images—on Users visiting […]

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