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Posted by: andyreynolds
« on: September 10, 2013, 02:17:33 AM »

Y ccada pais tiene sus formas sus mecanismos basados en sus valores y costumbres o de que religion es dicha sociedad
Posted by: andyreynolds
« on: September 05, 2013, 06:42:24 PM »

La sociedad todavia vive en un atraso de milenios, y todo esta visto alreves... nos falta mucho para despertar
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Posted by: andyreynolds
« on: September 04, 2013, 11:07:36 PM »

Creo que tambien nos alarmamos por tonterias, es que la misma sociedad se encarga de escandalizar... y creo q terminamos auto censurandonos
Posted by: andyreynolds
« on: September 03, 2013, 06:20:49 PM »

Cada gobierno tambien tiene us estrategias asi mismo herramientas que censuran, no todo normalmente se expone...
Posted by: pipthom
« on: August 31, 2013, 05:32:08 PM »

If you can’t beat China’s censors, why not join them?

That’s what a Harvard University professor decided to do, in a creative effort to learn firsthand just how censorship in China works.

To get inside the system, professor Gary King and two Ph.D. students started their own fake social network over the past year, which—while it never formally went online—allowed them to reach out to some of China’s many companies offering censorship software. Their results, published this week, show the wide array of tools that social media companies like Sina Corp. and Tencent Holdings Ltd. can harness to control information as required by authorities.

Read more at WSJ’s China Real Time.