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· March, 2010

Stories about China from March, 2010

China: New Regulation Proposed For Internet Cafes

A member of the National People’s Congress suggested quick legislative action Mar. 6 on a resolution that would close Chinese internet cafes between midnight and 8 a.m. People’s Representative Gao...

China: Provincial governor threatens questioning reporter

A rare chance yesterday at interviewing a top official during this year's Two Sessions in Beijing ended for one reporter in being berated in front of her peers, having her...

China: A confession of an Internet naked runner

What would you do if you were forced to comply to the “real name registration” in order to access the Internet? And if every word that you said online would...

China: Petty bourgeoisie

China: Proposal for corporate innovation before annual political gathering

As three weeks of closed-door politicking began in Beijing today, the well-known CEO of a major Chinese electronics firm has crafted his contribution for the elite gathering—to which he is...

China's Rule of Law is in Full Retreat

China: The Diary of the Tobacco Bureau Chief

China: Invented English words with Chinese characteristics

China: People's representatives

China: Official's sex diary

China: QQ phone about to emerge

The Technology for Transparency Review, Part I

In this first review of case studies from the Technology for Transparency Network we discover that online platforms like Discuz! and Twitter can reverse bad policy and stimulate healthy debate....

China: 10 seconds to hijack gmail password

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