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News :: Media
The Web: Free speech -- for Chinese admen
16 Feb 2006
Capitalist use Chinese Internet to make money.
CHICAGO, Feb. 15 (UPI) -- Commercial speech on the Internet -- marketing and advertising -- does not seem to be subject to the same strict censorship standards that political speech is in China, and today, most surprisingly for Westerners, exists in a relatively free state of expression, experts tell United Press International's The Web.

Concerns were raised in the U.S. Congress Tuesday about censorship fetters being placed by the Chinese Communist government on U.S. Internet service providers like America Online and search-engine providers like Yahoo! and Google. By Gene Koprowski
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http://www.upi.com/Hi-Tech/view.php?StoryID=20060215-091220-6010r

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