How Sina Weibo censors social content

09/13/2013 | Reuters

Reuters goes behind the scenes at Sina Weibo's censorship division, a drab office building where scores of college graduates work long shifts deleting sensitive content from the Chinese microblogging site. Sensitive content is automatically flagged for human review, with about 3 million posts getting reviewed on an average day. "People are often torn when they start, but later they go numb and just do the job," one former worker said.

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