Wary of Egypt Unrest, China Censors Web

Sina.com and Netease.com — two of the nation’s biggest online portals — blocked keyword searches of the word “Egypt,” though the mass protests were being discussed on some Internet chat rooms on Monday. The use of “Egypt” has also been blocked on Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter. Censoring the Internet is not the only approach. Full Story »

Posted by Ellie Kesselman - via Google News (China), Thanh Tran (t), Wil Kristin (t), Ellie Kesselman (t), John Hollis (t), Mark Pegrum (t), Johan Jessen (t), Patrick McDermott (t), David K. Miller (t), Salvador Sala (t), Saed Abu Hmud (t)

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by Ellie Kesselman - Jan. 31, 2011

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