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China - News providers targeted by anti-rumour campaign, wave of arrests

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders urges the Chinese authorities to stop censoring information and harassing independent news providers, a policy that has just received a new boost in the form of an “anti-rumour” campaign. Combined with a wave of arrests for “disturbing public order,” this new offensive against freedom of information is fuelling fears of an unprecedented increase in self-censorship in China. “The new anti-rumour ruling unveiled on 9 September will make it much easier for the (...)

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