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Old 2nd March 2006, 01:59 AM
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Re: The Sinister "Walled Garden"

Continuing the article: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programme...ne/4587622.stm

QUOTE: Equipped with the right know-how, some Chinese are already using more sophisticated technologies to beat the authorities at their own game. Advanced software for example allows users anonymously to redirect their internet activity through a third-party computer known as a proxy server, which is out of reach of the Chinese authorities. ENDQUOTE

Looks like it's already "game on" in China. There is also the issue of blogging that the article states has yet to be resolved by authorities. This is going to be a huge challenge however it plays out for Chinese politics and personal freedoms. As Technology has changed our world in the last 2 decades more than ever, I don't think the Chinese authorities are going to get this Genie back in the bottle very easy!
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