AP has written about protests against the recent crackdown on university BBS sites:
Chinese censors scour Internet bulletin boards and blogs for sensitive material, and block access to violators. Sites that let the public post comments are told to censor themselves or face penalties.
Shanghai blogger Isaac Mao says restrictions on bulletin boards are likely to push more people to use blogs, which can, if blocked by authorities, be moved to a different server. According to
March 27, 2005 5:01 PM