Cambridge University Press, the world’s oldest publishing house, has reversed a decision to censor content in China. The publisher had agreed to suppress access to hundreds of its own articles that dealt with subjects sensitive to the Chinese authorities, such as those about the Tiananmen Square massacre.
Cambridge University Press reverses China censorship move Aug 21, 2017 by British Broadcasting Corporation Cambridge University Press, the world’s oldest publishing house, has reversed a decision to censor content in China.
Aug 21, 2017 · World’s oldest publisher reverses ’shameful’ China censorship by Charles Riley and Jethro Mullen @CNNMoney August 21, 2017: 1:12 PM ET Cambridge University Press has reversed a decision to censor hundreds of articles at the request of the Chinese government after a backlash from academics and activists.
BEIJING — Cambridge University Press reversed course Monday after facing a major backlash from academics over its decision to bow to Chinese government demands to censor an important academic journal.
Following criticism from academics, Cambridge University Press has reversed its decision to self-censor a journal distributed in China After academics expressed outrage A Top …
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C ambridge University Press (CPU) on Monday reposted on its Chinese website articles that it previously removed on the orders of Beijing, a decision that is likely to enrage China’s Communist rulers.
Author: Neil Connor
Cambridge University Press has backed down and will immediately re-post journal articles to which it blocked online access in China at the request of the Beijing authorities. The retraction was announced by Cambridge University, which owns the publisher and the journal, China Quarterly, at the heart of the dispute.
Cambridge University has reversed a decision to censor hundreds of politically sensitive academic papers in China after a huge wave of protests. Last week, the university’s publishing house took down 315 articles from China Quarterly, a journal covering current affairs in China, after a receiving a
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