Blogs in China disappear

author198 Jul 16, 2010

Years ago, the Chinese government ramped up efforts to get as much of the population online as possible. The flipside of internet access? Publishing. Blogs and smaller microblogs are a popular platform for people expressing political dissent.  But in the past few days, dozens of blogs have been shut down across China. 

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