Protests Stretch China’s Censorship to Its Limits


With Twitter more relevant inside China than it has been in years, other campaigns appeared to target the spread of information there. In recent days huge amounts of spam, often featuring lewd photos and videos, clustered around hashtags related to Chinese cities, some of which have been the locations of protests, according to an initial examination by an independent researcher. Although it’s not clear who is behind the spam, such campaigns to dilute politically sensitive posts and make…



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