Thursday, September 22, 2005

China's model for a censored Internet

We are going back to Hong Kong next week. So, this posting goes out for what its worth, and not much else is going to come from me now.
China's model for a censored Internet | "China's model for a censored Internet

Some worry China's controls could be copied elsewhere.

By Kathleen E. McLaughlin | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor

SHANGHAI, CHINA As China began to go online, observers made brash predictions that the Internet would pry the country open. Cyberspace, the thinking went, would prove too vast and wild for Beijing to keep under its thumb.
Now these early assumptions are being sharply revised.

We do expect to go back to China, again, for the Olympics in 2008, too.

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