Control of the Internet in China

I’ve just uploaded a document under this blog’s “Special Report” section about methods the Chinese government uses to control access and postings to the Internet by its citizens. It covers ISP and ICP legislation, crackdowns of Internet cafes, intimidation of citizens by arrests and surveillance, and China’s increasing ability to target search engine results and specific web pages. A link is also provided here:

Control of the Internet in China
by Keasha Martindill

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