[Air-l] interesting article about net censorship in china

Ellis Godard egodard at csun.edu
Tue Apr 19 16:10:34 PDT 2005

Since that conclusion should surprise no one, what else did the study
find? Surely it involved more than observing and stating the obvious.


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"Internet Filtering in China in 2004-2005: A Country Study" is a result

of the OpenNet Initiative (ONI). Funded by George Soros' Open Society  
Institute, ONI is a collaboration of researchers at Harvard University,

the University of Cambridge, and the University of Toronto working on  
issues of Internet censorship and surveillance. The organization's  
conclusion: in China, web users are both closely watched and often  
prevented from seeing content of a political, religious, or sexual  

Edward Lee Lamoureux, Ph. D.
Director, Multimedia Program and New Media Center
Associate Professor, Speech Communication
1501 W. Bradley
Bradley University
Peoria IL  61625
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