The first reports that a dozen former Communist arty officials, including a former propaganda chief have denounced recent government censorship acts. I only wish that American companies like Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Cisco would join in the chorus.
The New York Times today has two articles relevant to censorship in China.
Speaking of that gang of four, the Times also reports that Representative Christopher Smith, Republican of New Jersey, "unleashed a scathing condemnation" against them for their reprehensible collaboration with Chinese censors. It seems to me that Cong. Smith should be commended for speaking out.