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  1. Censorship fears after edict over porn filter

    Posted Jun 09th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... by the mainland to increase internet censorship. But the new rule was welcomed by mainland parents concerned about their children easily accessing pornography. All computer manufactures, distributors ... such as drug use. After installing and running the program, which is available for free download from all major internet portals on the mainland, the South China Morning Post found the program could ...

  2. Obama highlights Web censorship

    Posted Nov 17th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of censorship. Unless they had access to local Shanghai channel Xinwen Zonghe, the only source of a live stream was the official White House website. While it was unstable and slow, it was not blocked ... to the trivial. One asked about the long queues in applying for US visas; others asked why the US military was carrying out espionage activities in China's waters and when it planned to repay China ...

  3. Censorship issue settled as authorities silence booming mainland Twitter clone

    Posted Jul 20th 2009, 12:00am by Fiona Tam

    ... even set up a temporary Fanfou clone. Mr Wang told the South China Morning Post he had not been told when the service would resume. 'We'll try to re-open it as soon as possible,' ... was totally absent in China. I wasted about a year exploring business models before making Xiaonei.com, a successful student networking website, with a 10-person team in 2005.' He said ...

  4. Self-censorship in media 'worsens'

    Posted Jul 06th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Staff Reporter Hong Kong's media has become more reluctant to criticise Beijing and self-censorship has worsened in the past year, the Hong Kong Journalists Association warns. ... to a 'partly free' region, because of what it said was Beijing's growing influence over Hong Kong media. Mak also said self-censorship was increasing and media organisations were trying ...

  5. 'Freelance army' to help police Web in Beijing

    Posted Jun 18th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... When they spot offending content they will report it to police, and censorship authorities can delete it immediately. Min Dahong, the head of the association, said this approach had in fact ... 'volunteers' from various organisations. They regularly monitor websites for police and regulators, and report immediately if they find any unhealthy content,' Mr Min said. 'China has a whole ...

  6. Telling it like they want you to tell it

    Posted Apr 30th 2009, 12:00am by Sara Yin

    ... people most is self-censorship, particularly with regards to coverage of China and business,' said Judith Clarke, an associate professor of journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University. ... Sara Yin While some journalists are jailed, sacked or even killed for violating censorship laws, other journalists are just as likely to censor themselves to keep their jobs. According ...

  7. Judge quashes conviction of ex-East Week editor

    Posted Oct 15th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... It is now owned by Charles Ho Tsu-kwok's Global China Group. ...

  8. Mao caught in Web of intrigue

    Posted Jun 26th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... last September for trafficking women and children in Yunnan. The blunder comes as Beijing is tightening controls and censorship on the internet. Netizens have stepped up their pranks, apparently to protest against the censorship. Some netizens created a Japanese Manga-style character called Green Dam Girl to mock the anti-porn software Beijing is forcing computer makers to install ...

  9. Watchdog drafts first movie industry law

    Posted Feb 08th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... for a rating system similar to the ones in Hong Kong and the US. At present, although all films shown on the mainland are subjected to vigorous censorship, they are not categorised for different age ... not been released. Mr Tong said the mainland's system would be different from what people had expected. 'A rating system in China does not mean depictions of porn or violence would ...

  10. Beijing defends new rules for HK and Macau media

    Posted Feb 12th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... It is issued by the All-China Journalists Association. Hong Kong and Macau correspondents based on the mainland are not affected. Hong Kong media outlets have raised fears that the requirement will lead to censorship by the authorities. But an official from the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office said such fears were 'unnecessary' and promised there would be no censorship ...




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