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Over the past two years, central authorities and legislators have made many moves towards allowing stricter state control of the Internet
Reuters reports that China’s Internet regulators have implemented a new rule requiring real name registration for online video uploads:
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While Chinese censors frequently delete weibo posts and block sensitive online content, six companies in China have been recently shut down by
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