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The most popular search engine in China, Baidu, is at the center of controversy regarding people’s freedom of speech. The search engine is greatly controlled by the Chinese government. The proprietors of the company create algorithms and codes that prevent people from outside China, especially United States, from using their site to advance democracy in China. Being a big search engine of its capacity, it should leave all interested parties to share their views and ideas on the social media platform. The illegal suppression of political speech targets activists and other media companies from viewing videos and other information supporting democracy in China. This is violation of freedom of speech and expression that is being exercised by Baidu. Strategic use of the law and constitution can assist in overturning this censorship. Political and democracy activists should use the law to get their rights back.

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current14:57, 7 April 2014 (40 KB)Frank Yu. Franklin (Talk | contribs)The most popular search engine in China, Baidu, is at the center of controversy regarding people’s freedom of speech. The search engine is greatly controlled by the Chinese government. The proprietors of the company create algorithms and codes that prev
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