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Nick Kristof Discovers Net Censorship in China

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New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof tried his hand last week at investigative journalism. After a thorough investigation, he announced in his column that . . . China is censoring Internet content. Nice detective work there, Columbo.

One Last Time: US-China WTO AV Products Case

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Reuters broke a story recently that China and the US had agreed to a timetable for implementation of the WTO panel decision in the 2008 A/V products case. Let me set the record straight.

China’s Draft State Secrets Law and the Eye of the Beholder

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This is probably the biggest China law story of the day. I haven’t read the draft law (give me a few days) yet, but I have been reading the press accounts, which as you can imagine have been quite interesting. The reaction to this draft law is a perfect case study of how one’s point…

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Off to Talk Google at CSR-Rule of Law Conference

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Apologies for the light posting. It’s going to get worse before it gets better. I’ll be in the U.S. for a few days attending the following conference: 2010 Symposium Doing Business in Asia Without Selling Your Soul: Corporate Social Responsibility and Its Influence on the Rule of Law Here’s a link to the info page,…

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