Can you censor?

“China Censors Spark Uproar In Quashing Student Activist,” The Wall Street Journal, April 25, 2018 A7.  Students make a request for open records from the Peking University about 20-year old rape allegations. The government rejects it. And then slams a student who circulated a letter telling her story through social media.  And that story circulates.

It sure is hard to put the genie back in the bottle after information gets to the Internet.  Are your controls adequate?  How do you enforce them?  Even if you have a command and control culture?

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