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Bill Gates Says Net Censorship Will Fail

During a speech at Stanford University, Bill Gates told students that economic concerns will ultimately defeat China’s attempts to censor the Internet. China has grappled with the issue of Internet censorship in recent...

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Different Access for Different Folks

The vast majority of China’s more than 210 million Internet users are under 30 years old. They are creating an online world that is openly critical of the Chinese government. When the country was paralyzed by winter storms...

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NCAA Moving into Chinese Market

The National Basketball Association earns about $50 million per year from China. And that point is not lost on University of Memphis men’s basketball coach, John Calipari, who hopes to one day cash in on the Chinese basketball...

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Spring Festival a Preview of Olympic Air?

Polluted skies over Beijing As previously reported by CDT, China plans to cut automobile traffic in half, ban smoking, and close factories in an effort to make the air of Beijing safer for Olympic athletes. Atlantic Monthly...

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