China and Internet Censorship . Censorship 1 Maya Graham Lisa Moriyama Jill Peckarsky. Background. Censorship: suppression of information Propaganda: “generating (mis)information to counteract other influences” Internet censorship attempts like “trying to nail Jell-O to a wall”
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China and Internet Censorship
Since 1949 (CCP takeover), has maintained tight control over forms and methods information is spread to people
Government to be only source of news & ideology
Monitors production & distribution of most newspapers, magazines, other news material
May 2001, members of book club arrested for holding meeting without permission
President Bush speech on religious tolerance in China edited by New China News Agency