Saturday, January 10, 2009

China: Vulgar American Websites; Public Pressure Swings Two Ways

In China Widens Crackdown on 'Vulgar' American Web Sites it's reported that

China has widened an Internet crackdown on "vulgar" content to target 14 new sites ...

China's ... censorship efforts target ... pornography, political criticism and web scams,...

MSN was cited for the large amount of inappropriate images on its film channel and some "selected pictures" ..."


While it's true, China has it's own problems when it comes to religious freedoms, freedom of information, etc.; on certain levels this criticism is valid and noteworthy.

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