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More news about Chinese government's anti-vulgar campaign on CDT is [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/china/anti-vulgarity-campaign/ here].
 
More news about Chinese government's anti-vulgar campaign on CDT is [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/china/anti-vulgarity-campaign/ here].
  
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[[Category: Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon]]
 
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Revision as of 17:08, 10 September 2013

低俗(dī sú): vulgar

A web custodian sweeps content “of vulgar style” from the Internet

In January of 2009, China announced a crackdown on vulgar websites. For more information see here (Chinese) and here (English). Netizens have often been skeptical about whether such crackdowns are merely a pretext for going after politically sensitive content online. The most popular blogger Han Han wrote a post entitled “From Now On, I’m a Vulgar Person to protest the crackdown.

More news about Chinese government's anti-vulgar campaign on CDT is here.

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