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Speaking against the Silence: An ethical analysis of Censorship practices within China today

Introduction        Had this essay been published in China, there is a strong chance you would not be reading it right now, and an even stronger chance that we would be in prison. Had this essay been published in China, the writers would have needed to download special software in order to circumvent a virtual army of censors 30,000 strong in order to upload this essay to the internet. But even if you were somehow to get a hold of it, most of the words on this screen would be blacked out. And…See More
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Speaking against the Silence: An ethical analysis of Censorship practices within China today

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        Had this essay been published in China, there is a strong chance you would not be reading it right now, and an even stronger chance that we would be in prison. Had this essay been published in China, the writers would have needed to download special software in order to circumvent a…

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