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Greatfire Keeps Tabs On Chinese Censorship, Automatically 30

Posted by timothy
from the perhaps-too-automatically dept.
First time accepted submitter percyalpha writes "Greatfire is a website that automatically monitors Internet censorship in China. Recently, we improved our system to share all testing data with Herdict, a project at Harvard University on Internet blockages. User reports on Herdict of websites inaccessible in China are automatically imported into our system, and our data of websites blocked in China is also exported into the Herdict database. If you ever explore the first ten pages of the Herdict database, chances are all block reports are from China and imported from our system."
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Greatfire Keeps Tabs On Chinese Censorship, Automatically

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Thursday August 23, 2012 @05:54PM (#41102963)

    I agree completely! Having discussions with your co-workers about their ideas and culture is UNACCEPTABLE. The other day we were asking one of our Australian co-workers about some of the dangerous animals over there... I'm surprised the whole company wasn't fired over this complete violation of human rights!

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