From left, Steve Jobs, John Sculley and Steve Wozniak of Apple, pictured in 1984, the year the company’s advert, screened during the Superbowl,, promised that computers would free the oppressed from tyrannical rule. Photo: AP
Peter Guy
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The View by Peter Guy

How can China become a tech leader if it’s intolerant of free thought?

Liu Xiaobo’s case makes innovators wonder where’s the line between ‘subversive’ inventiveness and politically correct thought that keeps you out of the gulag

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From left, Steve Jobs, John Sculley and Steve Wozniak of Apple, pictured in 1984, the year the company’s advert, screened during the Superbowl,, promised that computers would free the oppressed from tyrannical rule. Photo: AP
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