Censorship Vault: Beijing Internet Instructions Series (14)

In partnership with the China Copyright and Media blog, CDT is adding the “Beijing Internet Instructions” series to the Censorship Vault. These directives were originally published on Canyu.org (Participate) and date from 2005 to 2007. According to Canyu, the directives were issued by the Beijing Municipal Network Propaganda Management Office and the State Council Internet management departments and provided to to Canyu by insiders. China Copyright and Media has not verified the source. The translations are by Rogier Creemers of China Copyright and Media. 17 April 2006, 9:36, Beijing Municipal Information Office, Fan Tao The result of the Harbin Tianjia Medical Expense: Party Committee Secretary and others dismissed from position – if the first source of this article is Caijing, please completely delete it. 18 April 2006 (Tuesday), 9:05 The new Canadian Foreign Minister says there are 1,000 Chinese spies in his country – this article comes from the Straits Metropolitan Daily, and is not within the scope of reprinting, please speedily delete it. 18 April 2006, 9:00 Beijing Municipal Information Office, Fan Tao (1) Today, the visit of Hu Jintao to the United States has begun, all websites are requested to strictly use standard copy, at present, there still are articles from Dongfang Net, please immediately delete them. (2) All websites are requested to speedily reprint the following articles in the special section on beginning the trend of network civilization: Youth Who Lost Their Way Accuse Network Poison – 300 Website Editors Are Deeply Shocked (http://epaper.bjd.com.cn/rb/20060418/200604/t9050.htm, http://epaper.bjd.com.cn/rb/20060418/200604/t9037.htm) High-school students strive to abide by honesty and become “Network Civilization Disseminators” and “Examination Supervision Exempt Class,” Huiwen High School Students Fix Eyes upon Practicing the View of Honour and Dishonour,” (http://epaper.bjd.com.cn/rb/20060418/200604/t9041.htm, http: //epaper.bjd.com.cn/rb/20060418/200604/t9052.htm) (3) “Run the Web in a Civilized Manner, Use the Web in a Civilized Manner” Arouses Huge Social ...
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