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August 24, 2005
Chinese blog entrepreneur knows how to keep Internet police at bay
BW's Bruce Einhorn interviews Hu Zhiguang, founder of a leading blog service company, Blogcn. Check it out. What strikes me is Hu's equanimity in dealing with Internet police and forbidden words. And the Chinese bloggers he describes are equally pragmatic. Those who post forbidden words "are not real bloggers," he says. "They know it will be deleted."
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