Lovejoy Subpoena (below) Bears Striking Resemblance to
Communist China's Government Policy


Press advocacy group Reporters without Borders said the initiative would "enable those in power to control online news and information much more effectively". Private bloggers must register the full identity of the person responsible for the sites, the Chinese Ministry of Information Industry (MII) said. "Those who continue to publish under their real names on sites hosted in China will either have to avoid political subjects or just relay the Communist Party's propaganda," the organisation said. "The authorities hope to push the most outspoken online sites to migrate abroad where they will become inaccessible to those inside China because of the Chinese filtering systems," it added.



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