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Sunday
Mar252012

Op-Ed with An Xiao Mina in Wired's Threat Level: Real-Name Registration Threatens the Lively World of China’s Microblogs

 

As researchers of the Chinese inter-webs, An Xiao Mina and I always get lots of questions about what happens on Weibo. People think that the only thing that happens on Weibo is censorship or resistance. In reality, it's somewhere in the middle. So we wanted to write an article that would capture what really is happening on Weibo. It's in English and Chinese below. Enjoy! 

Real Name Registration Threatens the Lively World of China's Microblogs - Wired - 4.2012 [中文: 实名制威胁中国微博的活跃世界]

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