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Internet Police Emerge from Behind the Curtains

Xinhua reports the launch of official social media accounts for local branches of China’s Internet police: Starting from June 1, internet police in 50 localities – including both metropolises such as Beijing and...

China’s Internet Housecleaning, With a Grain of Salt

What is behind the 200 million items of harmful online information removed by the government? From The New York Times: At first blush it sounds like quite an achievement: A marvelously named arm of the Chinese government, the...

Under the Internet Police’s Radar

With the 17th Party Congress about to start and the 2008 Olympics Games approaching, censorship of Chinese media and the Internet has intensified more and more. According to the Beijing Evening News, starting from September 1,...

Who are China’s Top Internet Cops?

Last week, Foreign Policy published an interview with Li Wufeng, the director-general of China’s State Council Information Office (SCIO), the agency in charge of regulating Internet content inside China. The Foreign Policy...

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