NYT: Students enlisted in China’s Internet censorship campaign

The New York Times’ Howard French writes about how universities in China are enlisting student Internet monitors to quietly police the Web conversations and surfing habits of their classmates. [Article at the International Herald Tribune website].

One Comment to “NYT: Students enlisted in China’s Internet censorship campaign”

  1. Fran says:

    This CCP action is reminiscent of the way the former GDP one-party authoritarian regime in East Germany used to recruit Stasi informants from all walks of life, including students who should have been focusing on their studies. It is another piece of evidence that the top priority of the regime is preservation of one-party autocratic rule.

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