Skype ignores users concerned about China censorship – Rconversation Blog

From Rconversation Blog (link):

Last week Skype‘s Jaanus Kase posted an interview with Kevin (surname not given) from Skype’s new Chinese partner, Tom Online. It’s a fairly lightweight and content-free interview for the most part (one question: “what’s the weather like in China?”). The conversation makes no mention of the fact that Tom’s chat censorship system is being used on the new Chinese Skype client marketed by Tom. Jaanus wrote a post last month defending Skype’s censorship cave-in. I blogged about it and posted a comment, raising a number of questions. Jaanus has chosen to ignore me and a long thread of other commenters, including Chinese blog pioneer and businessman Isaac Mao who wrote

See also “Skype passes the buck on China censorship” by Rconversation


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