From Strategy Page, a post about recent happenings in China. Seems that the downfall of Bo Xilai has the Chinese Internet awash with rumors and criticism, which is making the government there uncomfortable. The Chinese government has been unable to slow the spread of these activities, despite shutting down websites and arresting micro-bloggers (these are people in China who use Twitter like sites, because Twitter is banned in China). There is also a nice description of how people are able to get around the censorship that is being imposed.
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