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China Begins Censoring Weibo Microblogging Service China Begins Censoring Weibo Microblogging Service

Weibo is China’s version of Twitter, and the microblogging service shares much in common with its Western counterpart. Weibo users anonymously report news and have been known to discuss topics often forbidden on the Chinese web. They even spread false …

Anonymous Planning More Attacks On Chinese Web Sites Anonymous Planning More Attacks On Chinese Web Sites
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We reported a few weeks ago on Anonymous starting up a new operation that targeted Chinese government Web sites. They defaced several of the Web sites, leaked databases and provided links to Chinese citizens that would show them how to …

Anonymous Takes Down And Defaces Chinese Government Web Sites Anonymous Takes Down And Defaces Chinese Government Web Sites
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All has been relatively quiet on the Anonymous front as far as defacing Web sites are concerned. That has changed today as Anonymous China has attacked and defaced a number of Chinese government Web sites to protest the country’s censorship …

Online Video May Be Screened In China

A YouTube fact sheet states that over 65,000 videos are uploaded to the site on a daily basis. Now, imagine how many of those would make it if every single one had to be screened by a live person. Fear not – this isn’t going to happen at YouTube – but it is what the Chinese government has proposed as policy for its own online video content.