2017-6-28 · Internet Censorship in China: Where Does the Filtering Occur? By Xueyang Xu, Z. Morley Mao, and J. Alex Halderman
Blocking, Filtering, and Monitoring | Congressional 2020-6-18 · China's Criminal Law provides penalties for violations of these rights with respect to Internet activities: Article 245: Those illegally physically searching others or illegally searching others' residences, or those illegally intruding into others' residences, are to be sentenced to three years or fewer in prison, or put under criminal detention. "Internet Filtering in China 2004-2005" by Derek Bambauer Derek Bambauer. "Internet Filtering in China 2004-2005," Digital Silk Road: A Look at the First Decade of China’s Internet Development and Beyond, Michigan State University College of Law, May 23, 2005.
China maintains one of the most pervasive and sophisticated regimes of Internet filtering and information control in the world. The community of Chinese Internet users continues to grow, while the state simultaneously increases its capacity to restrict content that might threaten social stability or state control through tight regulations on domestic media, delegated liability for online
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