Much more relevant is current affairs, social and political news. You don't necessarily have to touch taboo areas.
Wang Dan is very excited and eager to start his new life in exile. Wang Dan is a modest, methodical and determined person. He wants to continue to contribute to China's democracy.
The government's sole concern is to maintain its unchallenged grip on power at the cost of smothering the Chinese people's fundamental rights and freedoms.
The best censorship is self-censorship, and China relies on solid work by the secret police to make people censor themselves and keep the Internet under control.
It's not that much of a surprise.
Government censorship can slow down, but can't reverse this trend.
They're holding so much personal information. No company can stand up to government policy alone.
People have much more information to access and have much greater ways to express themselves. They have to be careful, (but) the Internet is still playing a very positive role. The government is losing the battle to keep information out.
They should certainly be ashamed. They should be more than just ashamed. These people are sitting in prison for real time because Yahoo made the Chinese government's work much easier.
The flow of information is getting steadily freer, in fact. If I was in the State Council's information office, I certainly wouldn't think we had any reason to celebrate.