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What China Censors

Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Category: Censorship

From www.freakonomics.com

The censorship program is aimed at curtailing collective action by silencing comments that represent, reinforce, or spur social mobilization, regardless of content. Censorship is oriented toward attempting to forestall collective activities that are occurring now or may occur in the future — and, as such, seem to clearly expose government intent, such as examples we offer where sharp increases in censorship presage government action outside the Internet.

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Tiananmen Date Match Bars Searches for China Stock Index - Bloomberg

Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Category: Censorship

From www.bloomberg.com

The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped by 64.89 (SHCOMP) points yesterday, matching the date on which Chinese authorities crushed student-led protests on June 4, 1989. Queries for “Shanghai Composite” on Sina Corp.

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