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Frida Ghitis

Google's China web

By Frida Ghitis
January 26, 2006

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A FEW YEARS ago, I walked into an Internet room in Tibet's capital, Lhasa. There were no Chinese soldiers in the room, and no visible government censors nearby. A sign on the wall, however, reminded Web users that even after entering the stateless world of the Web, China's all-seeing eye had not disappeared. ''Do not use Internet," the warning instructed ... (Full article: 737 words)

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