Is This The End of Communist Censorship?

By: Hernando Gomez Salinas - Published: Apr 30, 2007 • References:
When we learned that Trend Hunter was banned in China, we felt that Trend Hunter had finally made it big. After all, the Chinese government has censored thousands of websites. However, in a brave new move, MySpace China has officially been launched.

Unlike other roll-outs, which seem half-baked, this one has more targeted content, perhaps thanks to the long planning period and the fact that MySpace has partners in China.

Already, partially-clothed pics are being posted by the users, making us wonder how the heck China will deal with the boundless free-for-all we call MySpace. Stats for MySpace China Launched Trending: Older & Chilly
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