Censorship: Chinese journalists told what not to write

The BBC reports on the extent of censorship in China. While most journalists around the world log onto their computer or internet connection in search of material to report on, their counterparts in China are plagued by the 'anti-pop-up' - not ads for usesless gizmos or services but directions from the state authorities on what they should or should not report on. So from manipulating Google, clamping down on YouTube and monitoring web traffic, the Chinese authorities have probably got more police in cyberspace than they have on the streets - very Second Life.

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