Of course the irony of saying, "Freedom of speech does not protect rumors
" when you control all media is that you get to define what is truth and what is rumor! Anyway nice round up of the weeks "cyber-cevents" in China.
By Hana Stewart-Smith | April 13, 2012, 6:30am PDT
Sunnary: Chinese authorities continue their crackdown of online rumors. Is now the right time to launch an attack on the Great Firewall?
Anonymous has announced its intentions to take down the Great Firewall of China, but while the relationship between Chinese authorities and net users is extremely shaky, is it the right time to declare war?
There is an interesting dialogue emerging in much of Chinas state-run media this week about the difference between free speech and harmful rumours.
Peoples Daily has recently released an article entitled Freedom of Speech does not protect rumors. Unsurprisingly, for a news source often considered to be a government mouthpiece, they are attempting to...
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