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Internet Censorship: China to Tighten Controls on Internet, Social Media

Move meant to thwart political activists use of new technologies to express public discontent. Stephanie Ho | Beijing Chinese leaders are announcing new plans to strengthen controls over the Internet and other social media, following a year where such technologies

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Internet Censorship Stepped Up in Inner Mongolia

Reporters Without Borders has learned that more websites in Inner Mongolia are being censored by the Chinese authorities, who are now using more insidious and less visible methods than just blocking a site. They are leaving certain personal blogs, forums

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Posted in Human Rights

American Protest Singer Agreed to Chinese Censorship

Source: Freemuse The 69-year-old American folk singer Bob Dylan, famous for his songs against injustice and for civil rights, agreed to perform in China only with a heavily censored list of songs — which caused an uproar in his home

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