n December 1993, talking to Time magazine, technologist and civil libertarian JOIIII Gilmore created one of the first verses in internet lore: "The net interprets censorship a damage and routes around it". But according to a report published by George Soros's Open Net Initiative (0 1), the Chinese government are doi.ng a great job of disproving this theory. On 11May, Google announced it would set up shop in the People's Republic by the end of 2005. What can this mean for the citizens of China, and the citizens of the internet?Download
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