Censorship doesn't deter Chinese social media users

07/15/2013 | McClatchy Washington Bureau

China's social networks are thriving despite state censorship, and that trend is poised to create opportunities for brands, this article notes. Research indicates that 95% of urban Web users are active on sites such as Sina Weibo, even though posts dealing with political or social issues often are deleted without warning. "It seems like people can't live without Weibo," says Shanghai resident Fu Yinfang.

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