Latest Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China Stories

2009-06-25 09:31:59

Google services in some parts of China have been interrupted as the search engine giant is accused of proliferating vulgar content in its Web searches by China’s Foreign Ministry.

2009-06-13 11:09:02

A software company in California has alleged that stolen programming code is being used in Internet-filtering software which China has mandated for all new personal computers.

2009-06-11 12:30:00

Starting next month, the Chinese government will be requiring that the Green Dam Youth Escort filtering software be installed on all computers.

2009-06-08 14:25:00

The government of China is mandating that all personal computers sold within the country to include software that blocks pornographic web sites and other sites it deems objectionable.

2008-08-25 12:00:36

Text of report by Paris-based media freedom organization Reporters Sans Frontieres (RSF) on 25 August The Chinese-language version of the Reporters Without Borders website became accessible in China today.

2008-08-25 09:00:49

By Nicholas D. Kristof What makes the news from China is usually the bad news: the arrests, the raided churches, the blocked Internet sites, the overzealous security goons. That's the way journalism works - we cover planes that crash, not those that land.

2008-08-06 15:00:35

The Art of Peace Foundation announced today that 'Songs for Tibet' is now the top-selling rock download on iTunes across the world.

2008-08-06 12:15:00

One might expect search terms like "democracy movement,""Tiananmen incident" and even "Playboy magazine" to be blackballed by the People's Republic of China.

2008-08-04 15:00:25

By SUE VORENBERG ALBUQUERQUE -- For those athletes, journalists and members of the public who are already in China, it may be too late for an ominous warning.

2008-08-03 12:00:13

By Andrew Jacobs Juliet Macur contributed reporting.

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