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Dark tales from China’s Internet

Cloak and daggers in cyberspace:

A controversial report by a foreign journalist has turned into an international Internet event, leading to criticism by Chinese officials and bringing into focus the role of bloggers reporting China’s fraught reform process.

Written October 13th, 2005 by | 3 Comments | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips

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  1. Its really true the internet has a power that we must protect

    Im a painter, and I have travelled across the net finding some news on crucial issues as:

    1 - aids cover-up on fantomatic R.Gallo’s isolation of HiV retrovirus

    2 - dreadful doubts and new hypothesis regarding 9-11 and USA governement implication into the attacks

    3 - biomedical tests on OGM proving that there are serious risks of modification of human DNA (i.e. monsanto attempts to cover-up the whole thing)

    the net is the last shore, I think.

    what do you think about the 3 points above? my mail is: [email protected]
    my name’s michele omiccioli and i write from italy.

    Thanks

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  2. “the net is the last shore”

    I’m with you Michelle. Like I’ve always said, it’s the greatest technology since the invention of the printing press. It’s probably the most democratic process ever because it gives power back to the people. It must be protected and we should support our blogging brothers and sisters around the world who are being persecuted by these oppressive evil regimes.

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  3. Hmm I really do think that bloggers might influence china’s reform, I mean it worked on SOPA didn’t it? And I personally think that the internet can fight a lot of dark stuff in this world.

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