China - Censorship - SIna Weibo Microblog

A security personnel stands beside a logo for Sina.com at the Spring Real Estate Fair in Shanghai, China, on 17 March, 2012. Weibo, Sina's popular twitter-like service, is now requiring users to register with their real names, a move seen by many as an attempt by the government to control the internet service that has given average Chinese citizens a platform to debate and participate in a wide range of sensitive topics. (Photo by In Pictures Ltd./Corbis via Getty Images)
A security personnel stands beside a logo for Sina.com at the Spring Real Estate Fair in Shanghai, China, on 17 March, 2012. Weibo, Sina's popular twitter-like service, is now requiring users to register with their real names, a move seen by many as an attempt by the government to control the internet service that has given average Chinese citizens a platform to debate and participate in a wide range of sensitive topics. (Photo by In Pictures Ltd./Corbis via Getty Images)
China - Censorship - SIna Weibo Microblog
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