Welcome to 'Democracy with Orwellian Characteristics'
Wake up, defenders of Internet freedom: we're already living in a new world.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange tried to remind governments all over the world that in the end, they have no secrets from their citizens. But when Edward Snowden revealed that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been conducting surveillance on the Internet through a program called Prism, he had a very different message. Snowden warned citizens all over the world that in the end, they are the ones who have no secrets from their governments.
- The Game of 100 Ghosts
- The Defections
- Spoonful of sugar
- Hero to Heroine
- State Council Releases Blueprint to Tackle Water Pollution
- Ministry of Public Security Releases Plan for Driving License Reform
- Relocating History
- Closer Look: Indebted Evergrande Pledges Full Refund Option
- Shenzhen's Planners, Aviation Official in Dogfight over Building Heights
- Shenzhen Businesses Set to Save Money on Electricity Bills, Gov't Says
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- Results of PPP Investment Model Don't Match Early Enthusiasm
- Bulldozing the Cadre Who Revamped Kunming
- The Eight Principles for Building People-Friendly Cities
- Chinese Moms at Heart of 'Anchor Baby' Probe
- Looking Up: Chinese Cities Race to Build Skyscrapers
- China Takes Another Step in Improving Rule of Law
- China's Big Reserves of Grain Come with Equally Big Problems
- On the Well-Chosen Word
- Companies Face Obstacles in Path to Offering More Health Insurance Options
- Latest Blast at PX Plant in Fujian Rekindles Public's Worries