What China press censorship protests say about digital shift and democracy
It is telling that the protests in China this week over government control involve a newspaper and censorship — not a military tank in a public square.
China has walked the fragile road of modernism and capitalism without democracy. But history keeps repeating one message about trying to balance economic advances without freedom. Information by its nature is democratizing.
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