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Chinese Internet Users in Need of ‘Education’ for Lack of Judgment, Says Official

Chinese young women surf the net at an Internet bar in Beijing on May 11, 2011. Cyberspace Administration of China just provides a new explanation for censorship in China. (Gou Yige/AFP/Getty Images)
Chinese young women surf the net at an Internet bar in Beijing on May 11, 2011. Cyberspace Administration of China just provides a new explanation for censorship in China. (Gou Yige/AFP/Getty Images)

Internet censorship in China is ubiquitous and well known, and for years the Chinese regime has provided different explanations for its bevy of restrictions. Traditionally,...




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