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‘Occupy’ Now a Banned Search Term In China [Headlines]

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The Communist government has added a new word to its banned search list as a result of the Occupy movement.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 26 october 2011

A good rule of thumb for life is that if the Chinese government is against it, you’re probably doing something right. The latest evidence to support this axiom is the Occupy Wall Street movement, which has spread from lower Manhattan to cities around the globe, including London, Auckland, Toronto, and Rome, among many others. Terrified by OWS’ viral growth, the oppressive regime controlling China is taking measures to ensure the protests don’t happen there. And it’s starting with the internet. GOOD

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