Chinese Authorities Temporarily Shut Down Two Large Chinese Portals

PaidContent reports that two of the largest Chinese portals have been temporarily shut down by the Chinese authorities for not passing a “an on-the-spot censorship test.” The chief editors of Sina.com and Sohu.com “were summoned to the State Council Information Office,” that morning.

While on the topic of Chinese censorship, take a look at the list Philipp compiled of Censored Domains in Google.cn.

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