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Internet Censorship: China’s Internet Censors for Sale

China Censors

Written by Danny O’Brien – Re-published from eff.org (Creative Commons) What happens when a country’s government censors the entirety of its domestic web, with no oversight or transparency? It turns out that politicians aren’t the only ones with an interest

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Posted in Internet Censorship, Political Censorship

Microsoft Abandons Integrity & Bends Over for Chinese Censorship

Microsoft has once again proven that the only thing that matters to them is the bottom-line profit. Forget integrity and morality. Forget standing up for what is right. Microsoft’s upcoming deal with Chinese search provider Baidu makes them an accomplice

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Posted in Human Rights

Argentina Orders Google To Censor Suggested Searches

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China Rejects Internet Censorship Lawsuit Filed in US

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Posted in Human Rights

Piracy Politics Fuel Internet Censorship

Source: TorrentFreak Internet censorship is a hot topic in 2011, but also one that reveals the disturbing double-standards of politicians and governments around the world. This week U.S. Senator Dick Durbin sent China’s largest search engine a letter asking them

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A Chinese Facebook is Coming and Will Make Huge Censorship Concessions

Source: Digital Trends – By: Molly McHugh Insiders say a Facebook–Baidu collaboration is in the works, and that the social network will allow government censorship. A Facebook lobbyist recently said that perhaps the site was allowing “too much free speech”

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Posted in Corporate Censorship

Facebook Maked Its Way To China Amid Political Censorship

Source: FinancialFeed.net By Daniel Goode Facebook may follow in Google’s steps due to the censorship in China.  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is hopeful that China will be the next social network hub aside from being just a nice place to

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