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The Power of Search and Information Management (or lack thereof)

June 9, 2009 2 comments

I am appalled, indeed outraged by the Chinese government’s ongoing use of censorship and suppression of search tools, blogs and microblogging in order to “erase” the Tianamen Square Massacre¬† from the history of China. According to recent articles, there is an entire generation of Chinese who have no idea the event ever happened. But, while […]


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