Don't Call China's Internet "Censored"
"The U.S. campaign for uncensored and free flow of information on an unrestricted Internet is a disguised attempt to impose its values on other cultures in the name of democracy," the newspaper said, adding that the "U.S. government's ideological imposition is unacceptable and, for that reason, will not be allowed to succeed."If China wants to keep their own citizens in the dark, that's one thing, but they seem to have forgotten that this whole thing started because they were hacking into U.S. companies' email accounts? Might they have messed with the wrong GMail?Funny story, at one point, this very website was banned in China.
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