11
Sep
07

For China’s Censors, Electronic Offenders Are the New Frontier

Traditionally, the censors’ main concern has been keeping political expression in check. That has become particularly urgent, officials say, as the country prepares for the 17th Communist Party Congress in October, during which President Hu Jintao is to solidify his leadership and move a successor into place. But because transmitting information of all kinds through the Internet and cellphone messages is relatively easy, the party’s censorship bureaucrats also have been fighting new battles. As Li Hua’s case showed, the enemy is not always political.

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