Latest Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China Stories
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 Chinaâ€™s Foreign Ministry.
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.
Starting next month, the Chinese government will be requiring that the Green Dam Youth Escort filtering software be installed on all computers.
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.
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.
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.
The Art of Peace Foundation announced today that 'Songs for Tibet' is now the top-selling rock download on iTunes across the world.
One might expect search terms like "democracy movement,""Tiananmen incident" and even "Playboy magazine" to be blackballed by the People's Republic of China.
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.
By Andrew Jacobs Juliet Macur contributed reporting.
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