Authorities turn their sights on microblogging
Sources News Release
Publisher: Reporters without Borders
Date Written: 19/07/2010
Year Published: 2010
Resource Type: Article
Reporters Without Borders is concerned about a new crackdown in China on social-networking tools, especially microblogging services.
Abstract: Reporters Without Borders is concerned about a new crackdown in China on social-networking tools, especially microblogging services. Dozens of microblog accounts went down yesterday including those of blogger Yao Yuan and lawyer Pu Zhiqiang, who was interviewed by the Associated Press. Four of the leading Chinese microblogging services, Netease, Sina, Tencent and Sohu, were yesterday displaying messages saying they were down for maintenance or had inexplicably reverted to an earlier #beta# testi...
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