CNET: China’s censors reportedly learn real history to stop it spreading online

CNET: China’s censors reportedly learn real history to stop it spreading online. “Chinese censors must reportedly learn a history previously unknown to them so they know which information the government wants them to stop from spreading. Employees of censorship companies like the Beijing-based Beyondsoft are taught about the government’s violent suppression of the 1989 student-led Tiananmen Square protests and late activist Liu Xiaobo, who was repeatedly imprisoned for his anti-government views, The New York Times reported Wednesday.”