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China’s ‘mini-Hong Kong’ eyes Internet access, shrugs off Shanghai threat

“A planned economic zone in southern China will allow full internet freedom, similar to what will be allowed in a proposed free trade zone in Shanghai, a senior official behind the project said on Thursday. China tightly controls the internet through a so-called Great Firewall, routinely deleting online postings and blocking access to websites it deems politically sensitive or inappropriate such as Facebook and Twitter.”

Source: China’s ‘mini-Hong Kong’ eyes Internet access, shrugs off Shanghai threat | Reuters

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