China Censors

Source: The Economist

Category: Legal, Web/Tech

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One Response to “How China Censors Internet”

  1. China reports its Real GDP as QY/Y rather than by the conventional Q/Q method. This smoothing pares the results by half. When I converted the data to Q/Q last July and added my own indicator to expose their seasonal double-counting, was added to the blocked list…

    TRI’s china gdp outlook charts: