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China Blocks LinkedIn, Ramps up Internet Censorship

Source: PC World – By Michael Kan The social networking site LinkedIn has been blocked in China, a move that analysts say is tied to Chinese government efforts to suppress mention of a “Jasmine Revolution” on the Internet. On Friday

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U.S. Develops Web Censorship Buster

Source: Information Week – By Elizabeth Montalbano The U.S. government has developed technology that can cut through Web censorship barriers in countries like China and deliver news and information to people who don’t have currently have access to it. The

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Technology Undermines Censorship in China

Source: The Daily Evergreen Peter Herford examines the technological challenge being posed to censorship in China. The Chinese government is facing a diminishing ability to control the technological environment they actually created, CBS veteran producer Peter Herford said. Herford visited

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