China defends latest web censorship

CN – China defends latest web censorship: “(Guardian)
Chinese government officials have defended their decision to block several foreign news websites, including the BBC, as the country moves away from its pledge for uncensored internet access during the Beijing Olympics. The BBC, Voice of America, Hong Kong’s Ming Pao News and Asiaweek have all had their websites blocked in China since early December. Restrictions had previously been lifted in August, when foreign journalists demanded full access during the Olympics. China’s foreign ministry said today that it was within its rights to block sites that showed content illegal under the country’s law.”

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