09/30/2012 12:23 pm ET Updated Nov 30, 2012

On China's Internet You Can Insult The Government All You Want (Just Don't Talk About The Censors)

China's apparatus for control of speech on the Internet is perhaps the largest and most robust in the world. However secretive and mysterious it may be, its fingerprints aren't hard to read, if you're willing to sift through lots and lots of data. And the results offer some interesting clarity about the methodology of Beijing's bustling online whac-a-mole.

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