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Sunday Series: Australia’s “Banned hyperlinks” could cost $11,000 a day (… say WHAT?!)

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Sunday | Happy Losar – or else!

Instead of planning festivities to mark their beloved New Year’s, Tibetans want to remember those who died in last year’s protests against Chinese rule. But Beijing has other ideas.

By Barbara Demick
February 23, 2009

The Chinese government has a New Year's greeting for Tibetans: Celebrate, or else.

The Chinese government has a New Year's greeting for Tibetans: Celebrate, or else.


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Sunday Series: Skype messages are being monitored in China…

SKYNA?

Skyna? (Commie Bastiches!)

CBC.ca, Canada, October 2, 2008
University of Toronto researchers have uncovered a huge filtering system in China that tracks and keeps records of text messages containing politically charged words sent through the internet phone application called Skype.
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