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  • China Censorship: Back At It Again

    This is what I think the Chinese miss: eventually their economy is going to need to be less manufacturing-oriented and more innovation and intellectually-based, and they must know that they are dispiriting the considerations of any current or future thought leaders to bring their talents to China, for this very reason.

    China is back at it again: censoring their internet properties.

    This is what I think the Chinese miss: eventually their economy is going to need to be less manufacturing-oriented and more innovation and intellectually-based, and they must know that they are dispiriting the considerations of any current or future thought leaders to bring their talents to China, for this very reason.

    In the Huffington Post article, China Officials Tells Web Firms to Control Content, Joe McDonald stated, “A Communist Party leader has told China’s Internet companies to tighten control over material online as Beijing cracks down on dissent and tries to block the rise of Middle East-style protests. The party secretary for Beijing, Liu Qi, issued the warning following a visit this week to Sina Corp., which operates a popular microblogging site, according to the party-published newspaper Beijing Daily. Internet companies should “strengthen management and firmly prevent the spread of fake and harmful information,” Liu was quoted as saying after the visit Monday to Sina. He said companies should “resist fake and negative information.”

    China must know that the world is connected and eventually, the Chinese people will seek autonomy and free-will, over state run subsidy and control.

    Good luck.

    Calvin Wilson
    Founder and CEO
    Upstart: Business and Management for 20-40 Year Old Professionals
    calvin.wilson1@verizon.net
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