Businesses feel the pain of China's web censorship

02/14/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

The Chinese government's censorship programs that kick in whenever Internet users try to access out-of-country sites often result in slower connections and long delays that hurt global businesses trying to operate there, executives say. "The real question is whether the next administration is going to continue to roll back Internet availability to foreign firms," said consultant Shaun Rein.

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