Social media in China

Judicial interpretation extends restrictions on postings on social media (mainly the Twitter-like Weibo) in China. Reportedly not intended to discourage exposure of official wrongdoing.  Based in part on how many hits or retweets.  Wall Street Journal, September 10, 2013 A8

Another story on attempts in China to control the non-State controlled media outlets.  The selection of proposed criminals based on popularity is a nice touch.

Content controls? Requirements?  Risk? Value?  I am hard-pressed to pick the right category.


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