ISPs and illegal contents in China

Not made to reassure about ISPs’ behaviours towards China’s regulations. It shows they ere on the side of caution, as usual. The only thing unusual is the Chinese Court’s decision which was to condemn the ISP for not demonstrating that the content was illegal.
The information originates from the Financial Times with its correspondent.

Surprise: Beijing Court Sides With Victim Of Internet Censorship (TechDirt, 27 May 2009)


Victim of Beijing internet censorship wins landmark court ruling (FT, 26 May 2009)

About Audrey Guinchard

Senior Lecturer @ University of Essex (UK)
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