Baidu Resumes Censorship of "Occupy Central"

The blog previously noted that, on September 29, Baidu began displaying a censorship notice for searches for "Occupy Central" (占中), but the following day the notice was gone (even though Baidu still appeared to censoring search results from many foreign news services).

These screenshots show that on October 4 Baidu was once again displaying a censorship notice for "Occupy Central," and results from social media sources such as Sina Weibo were no longer being displayed. Baidu had also stopped displaying the Chinese Wikipedia article for "Hong Kong Occupy Central Public Elections" (香港占中公投).

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