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China: Foxconn court case con't

Bingfeng updates that Shenzhen court has unfreezed the personal assets of the journalists, foxconn now sues BOTH the newspaper AND the two journalists and seeks only 1 RMB instead of 3 million RMB in damages.

Roland continues his media analysis and for the first time describes his life as an activist journalist.

Foxconn has in fact adopted the suggestion made by imagethief in PR strategy, imagethief makes a clarification that: I am not Apple's PR man.

Rebecca also describes the case as a successful joint force between chinese bloggers and journalists.

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