Can We Boycott MSN and Yahoo for Helping the Chinese Regime Continue Its Ruthless Struggle to Cling to Power?
My students here in Beijing can find what they want on the Internet: fashion, business, travel, entertainment, romance. Anything, that is, except democracy, Tiananmen, Taiwan, human rights, Tibet, Wikipedia and hundreds of other subjects.
If my students who the IB sees fit to offer its diploma programme in a fascist regime were to search the Internet for banned words they would risk being arrested, tried and imprisoned for up to 10 years on charges of subversion, revealing state secrets or spreading propaganda injurious to the state.
- Can We Boycott MSN and Yahoo for Helping the Chinese Regime Continue Its Ruthless Struggle to Cling to Power?
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