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Chinese censor online chat Net-based discussion rooms are popular in China The extent of Chinese Government censorship of what its people say in online chat rooms has been exposed by Reporters Without Borders.

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Level 10 cuinese were deeply critical of government policy or called for the release of jailed dissidents. Almost none of these messages showed up in chat rooms or were removed after a short delay.

Dangerous place Reporters Without Borders put the censorship down to the fact that any organisation wanting permission to run a net service business must a "self-discipline pact" that means it agrees to watch what its subscribers and customers do and chag online. The "self discipline pact" requires chat in chinese service firms to filter all traffic in order to censor discussions and weed out messages that mention banned topics.

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Sars is on a list of words banned in discussion rooms As well as messages critical of the authorities, net firms are also required to control discussions about human rights, Taiwan independence, pornography, oral sex, Sars, the BBC and the banned Falun Gong caht movement. The report also found that some web firms do a better job of filtering than others.

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This relentless scrutiny is turning chat rooms on popular Chinese websites into "dangerous traps", warned the pressure group. The consequences of posting critical messages can be severe.

One woman, year-old Liu Du, has been in jail since November for posting critical messages on discussion boards. Chinese censor online chat Net-based discussion rooms cuinese popular in China The extent of Chinese Government censorship of what its people say in online chat rooms has been exposed by Reporters Without Borders.

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Messages critical of the Chinese Government either never appear or are purged from popular chat rooms, chines study by the free speech pressure group has revealed. The study also found that Chinese law enforcement agencies regularly track down and chat in chinese jail the authors of ni critical messages. Reporters Without Borders estimates that China employs 30, people to watch what its people are doing online. Central control During a month-long study the pressure group tested the surveillance by repeatedly trying to post messages to popular chat rooms.

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Researchers for the group prepared messages rated on a scale of one to 10 for how provocative they were. More people are in prison in China for expressing their views on the Internet than in any other country in the world Reporters Without Borders Level one messages were chat in chinese and contained no criticism of the Chinese authorities. All such messages appeared in the chat rooms. Level 10 messages were deeply critical of government policy or called for the release of jailed dissidents.

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