Интересная статья о цензуре Интернета в Китае. Можно посмотреть, к чему идёт у нас.

Local authorities have a toolbox of phrases—fairly standard nationwide—that they use to offer guidance to website editors about dealing with sensitive topics. …For topics that cannot be avoided because they are already being widely discussed, there are such options as “mention without hyping,” “publish but only under small headlines,” “put only on back pages,” “close the comment boxes,” and “downplay as time passes.”
All websites should conscientiously grasp the relevant principles and use them to purge any material that:
1) blackens the image of Party and state leaders or obfuscates the great historical achievements of the Party;
2) attacks our system or advocates the Western democratic system;
3) incites illegal assembly, petitioning, or “rights support” activity that harms social stability;
4) uses price rises, corruption cases, or other controversial events to spread rumors and incite hatred of officials, of police, or of the wealthy that could lead to activity offline;
5) incites ethnic hatred [of Han Chinese] that harms national unity;
6) attacks the Party’s systems of managing the media and the Internet by using the slanderous claim that we limit free speech.

Узнаёте? Знакомые все пунктики-то. О каждом и у нас уже говорят.

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