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China Closes 20 Illegal Literary Websites

China’s National Working Group of Eliminating Pornography and Illegal Publications has announced achievements that it has made since campaigns were launched earlier this year against illegal online and mobile phone publications.
NWGEPIP stated on October 20 that since the special campaigns were launched to crack down on vulgar online and mobile phone content, China had seized […]

Pen Frustration: Chinese Writers Furious Over Google’s Copyright Agenda has posted a message allegedly from Google which states that the American search engine will compensate Chinese writers USD60 for each book of each writer who agrees to allow Google to use the book online.
This payment policy has angered many Chinese writers, who have filled online forums with statements about Google’s hegemonic behavior.
The search […]