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  1. Democrats accuse MTR and Star Ferry of censorship

    Posted Aug 21st 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Eva Wu The Democratic Party yesterday accused the Star Ferry Company and the MTR Corporation of political censorship for rejecting its election advertisements. The party said it had booked ... political censorship in this case. It is targeting the Democratic Party and this will lead to unfairness in the election. This may also threaten the city's freedom of speech,' he said. ...

  2. 'Great Firewall' unmoved by Google's action

    Posted Mar 24th 2010, 12:00am by Shi Jiangtao

    ... little to tens of millions of mainland internet users and failed to change the censorship regime it set out to challenge. Hours after the California-based internet giant made public its decision to end self-censorship in China, the famed image of the 'Tiananmen tank man' did not pop up on screens nationwide- as some anticipated earlier. Nor were mainland internet users denied ...

  3. Beijing's grip on key sectors 'to get stronger'

    Posted Feb 10th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... China's technology, media and telecommunications group, said. Chou said neither Google's much-publicised complaint about internet censorship nor the complex approval process for online games, ... censorship. Since that outburst, Google has kept quiet and pursued closer dialogue with authorities. NetEase, the operator of the popular World of Warcraft online game on the mainland, recently ...

  4. Baidu expects stronger earnings after Google's row with Beijing

    Posted Jul 21st 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... authorities over internet censorship. The Beijing-based firm- the country's top internet search services provider, with a 70.8 per cent market share- is expected to post revenue in the range ... analysts said Baidu's Web traffic received a boost after Google, which called for censorship-free online searches on the mainland, in March redirected the operation of its simplified-Chinese ...

  5. Kindle hot property as it leaps Great Firewall

    Posted Nov 01st 2010, 12:00am by Adrian Wan

    ... Why? Because it easily circumvents the mainland's internet censoring system, dubbed the Great Firewall of China. Owners are extolling the ability of its internet browsing function ... China. Kindles are a rare sight on the mainland because, as the Seattle-based e-commerce giant says on its website, it is currently unable to ship the devices or offer content there. But some ...

  6. Chinese-language site under constant strain

    Posted Jan 14th 2010, 12:00am by Will Clem

    ... and censorship, and copyright infringements have placed an almost constant strain on the search engine's relationship with Beijing and threatened to tarnish its reputation in the international Web ... blocked sources. The decision to extend censorship throughout its search engine led to derision from rights groups around the world, and claims the firm had sold out on its central philosophy- ...

  7. Baidu grows on Google's mainland woes

    Posted Oct 23rd 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... consensus estimate of 2.75 yuan. 'We believe Baidu's market share gain is largely due to the relative underperformance of Google China,' the analysts said. 'We expect this trend to continue in the fourth quarter, as disputes between Google China and its domestic agents will likely distract Google management's focus.' According to data from research firm Analysys ...

  8. Baidu reaps windfall after Google exit

    Posted Apr 30th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of Google's apparent loss on Baidu's recent gain and expansion plans. 'We see marginal benefit from the so-called semi-exit of Google from China,' Li said in a conference call yesterday with analysts. Google's festering feud with Beijing over internet censorship and targeted cyber attacks against large multinational companies reached the boiling point last month, when the US firm ...

  9. Top magazine's fate hangs on woman of steel

    Posted Oct 17th 2009, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... Raymond Li In a country where tough censorship discourages flair in the media, few journalists have made as much impact and garnered as much acclaim as Hu Shuli, managing editor of Caijing ... at a time when the mainland's print media face stiff competition from the internet and other new media, and strict censorship. The dispute threatens the future of Caijing and its brand ...

  10. Reading the East Wind

    Posted Mar 21st 2004, 12:00am by Karen Angel

    ... cliched expatriate accounts. The wish to evade China's government censors also plays a role, although it's one that seems to be lessening. In fact, censorship can be a boon: books ... by the US imprint Pantheon Books. 'China simply wasn't the interest of American publishers,' says Wang, 31. 'They wanted me to turn it into an autobiography. They said there has ...




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