Free Hu Jia


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2 thoughts on “Free Hu Jia

  1. Actually, laws had actually improved in China. If Hu committed such "crimes" prior to the Open Door policy, he would have been shot or imprisoned to at least a 20+ year term (look @ Wei Jingsheng prior to his release & exile in the West).

    They are just keeping his mouth shut until the BJ Olympics and SH EXPO is over.

  2. It is interesting to see the progression of the Chinese government’s efforts to censor any form of media. From the “Great Firewall” to more recent media blackouts, the Chinese government seems to be begging citizens and netizens to come up with new ways to get around filters and bans. The increase in censorship will only create more ways for people to get their information, “illegally” in this case. I found this recent
    press release
    discussing some issues and solutions to the restrictive regimes. The use of proxy servers to surf anonymously has been increasing recently, and a big factor is because of these restrictive government regimes attempting to block Internet usage and even jail or detain anyone involved in reporting certain things that the propaganda department doesn’t want people knowing about. Surfing anonymously will steadily increase from a way to protect your privacy, to a way of protecting your life and human rights. Whil Hu Jia was an outspoken activist, many people feel they need to hide the fact that they want changes made, since they fear imprisonment, or worse.

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