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Chinese censorship is no longer just a China problem

Nikhil Sonnad

This story is part of an ongoing series on how China is reshaping our world. The broad strokes of censorship in China are common knowledge. Everyone understands that, online, Chinese people can’t speak freely. That Hollywood films released in China may be altered for the local audience. That political activism is essentially not allowed. But…

 

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