New PDF release: You've Got Dissent! Chinese Dissident Use of the Internet

By Michael Chase

ISBN-10: 0833031791

ISBN-13: 9780833031792

ISBN-10: 0833033948

ISBN-13: 9780833033949

Chinese language dissents are more and more speaking through the net, yet Beijing nonetheless has the higher hand.

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Html. 41The Tiananmen Mothers Campaign e-petition demands (1) the right to mourn in public for victims of the crackdown, (2) the right to receive aid from organizations outside of China, (3) cessation of the persecution of victims of the crackdown and their family members, (4) the release of all individuals still imprisoned on June 4–related charges, and (5) a public accounting for the killings. The site is located at www. org. 20 You’ve Got Dissent! their own web sites. 42 The site allows visitors to place a “virtual bouquet” of six white and four red roses in a cyberspace version of Tiananmen Square to mourn the victims of the June 4, 1989, crackdown.

72“Internet Used to Promote Freedom of Expression in China,” Taiwan Central News Agency, October 2, 1999. 73William J. Dobson, “Dissidence in Cyberspace Worries Beijing,” San Jose Mercury News, June 28, 1998; see also “China: Activists Launch Online Magazine,” Reuters, June 18, 1997. 30 You’ve Got Dissent! ”74 The magazine contains articles on a wide variety of topics, from politics to economics to social issues, as well as occasional Chinese translations of Western press reports. , and New York.

The September 11 Terrorist Attacks. In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, Chinese Internet users, including university students from schools throughout China, once again flooded bulletin board sites and chat rooms with postings. S. S. ” This posed an unusual problem for Chinese decisionmakers. S. S. postings on the Internet would likely reduce negative publicity and improve its image in the United States. Given the volume of traffic on popular sites, it was undoubtedly no easy task to screen all of the postings and delete messages that contained offensive themes.

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