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Chinese surfers that like sail on the Internet are every day with the freedom more cut. Restrictions in their computers are the daily bread.

- What want the Chinese government? That all the population have a pure and chaste soul?.

But is evident that it is a utopia, because all the world know that when most is restricted a thing people need to get it. The info says: “China arrested more than 5,000 people in 2009 in a drive to purge the internet of pornography and other "harmful information" I wonder what happens with these 5,000 human bodies punished for the only fact to watch or upload “dirty” content.

I’m not in favour of certain nasty contents, and these kinds certainly should be deleted, but there are a lot of videos or pictures that don’t damage anybody. How are these 5,000 people punished? They are forced to watch all the videos collection of HEIDI for purify their spirits?

The ministry of public security says:

- “Purifying the internet environment and cracking down on internet crimes is related to long-term state security

But he did not say: “How many people had subsequently been put on trial?

If you are one of these people arrested leaves a comment in this humble blog and tell us what was your punishment.


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