A Harvard report says online posts that mention an ongoing collective action event are 20 to 40 per cent more likely to be censored than those involving non-collective action events. Photo: Reuters

Chinese internet censors target collective activities more than sensitive subjects, says Harvard report

Harvard researchers find that internet screening of sensitive words is less strict than for actions which might threaten Beijing

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A Harvard report says online posts that mention an ongoing collective action event are 20 to 40 per cent more likely to be censored than those involving non-collective action events. Photo: Reuters
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