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  • adj. censored by the government


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  • A search by a Mainland user on either of these sites will produce the same Chinese government-censored results.

    Elizabeth Lynch: Slip Slidin' Away: Google in China

  • In this polyglot, unstable and government-censored literature, pseudonyms were also the norm.

    A Mensch for All Seasons

  • Incomplete versions of it began appearing in the 1980s; in 1993, the first complete version of "The Black Book" was published in Lithuania with newly discovered material from Russian archives and with government-censored sections restored.

    Witness to Horror

  • The site also uses a 50-person filtering team, but that team spends a lot of time weeding out government-censored content, such as pornography and videos of protests, which are more crucial for Chinese companies to avoid.

    Disney Affiliate Is Besieged By Pirates

  • In a region where formal political parties are banned but loose political societies are often tolerated, text messaging allows organizers to build unofficial membership lists, spread news about detained activists, encourage voter turnout, schedule meetings and rallies, and develop new issue campaigns — all while avoiding government-censored newspapers, television stations and Web sites.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Mobile phones as political channels in Persian Gulf

  • Microsoft remains in China, running a government-censored search engine.

    NYT > Home Page

  • We read the desperate pleas of terrorized Iranians as they shouted for help through whatever cracks they could make in Iran's government-censored

    Welcome to Iran Focus


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