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China Congratulates EU on AT&T's Amendments Being Accepted to the Telecoms Pack

Mar 12, 2009, 10:31 (0 Talkback[s])

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"For example, Wikipedia has always been a source of headache for the Chinese government and the Copyright Enforcers alike. Entries such as Falun Gong, the IP filtering notes about AT&T, and AACS encryption key are very unfriendly to us, and therefore harm the society, since we represent the interest of the entire society. With these amendments, we can better prevent the spread of such harmful information to the society.

"P2P networks, the common enemy of the Chinese government and the Copyright Enforcers, can also be tamed to behave or even completely eliminated once these amendments become law. We have always believed that the existence of the Freenet is not only a threat to our control protection of our people against improper contents and opinions, but also a threat to the Copyright Enforcers. It is very encouraging to see EU ignore the "freedom speech" activitis who support the existence of the disturbing P2P networks."

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