Bay Networks in bed with commie censors?

Owen DeLong owen at DeLong.SJ.CA.US
Thu Jan 16 00:36:45 UTC 1997

> >Fax machines have helped, and anything
> >that facilitates the exchange of ideas will only make
> >China bend closer to a 'democracy standard'.
> This network facilitates more propaganda; not the "exchange
> of ideas".  A Chineze citizen would have to be a naive idiot, or
> a hard-core dissident not minding some time in a jail, to post
> anything subversive over a state network.
> >If you see
> >how China has changed from 10 years ago to now (some form
> >of capitalism), you will see that they cannot and will not
> >run the country as communism was once run.
> Capitalism != freedom of spech.  Look at what's going on in Singapore.
Why go that far.  Look at what's happening in USA.

> Please make a difference between a person eating a burger
> and a state agency running the politically censored network.
Hmmm... Nah, too easy.

> --vadim


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