‘No Occupancy’, Says Chinese Gov’t. To Citizens Via Internet

According to the The Huffington Post, Chinese government blocks Occupation-related material from search engines on microblogs. This is done to keep the idea (meme) of organized, Occupy Wall Street-styled resistance out of the minds of the Chinese public.

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  1. Carmen Guzman

    why I’m I not surprised?  last year my daughter, Sophia, told me that someone conducted some kind of experiment where they showed young Chinese people pictures of the incidents at Tieneman (?sp) Square and they had no idea what it was!

  2. Emilia Nini Giordano

    China is doing a lot these days in blocking content. In addition to blocking websites China has ratcheted surveillance. Here is a link to a recent NYT article on the subject “China Reins In Entertainment and Blogging” http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/27/world/asia/china-imposes-new-limits-on-entertainment-and-bloggers.html?pagewanted=all 

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