Quackspeak ascendant: China's subject-changing astroturfers rule the Chinese internet


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/08/03/tina-for-china.html


#2

The “50-cent army”

Good name for a band.


#3

I’ve noticed that the US Government has recently been using Twitter in a similar manner.

DJT


#4

Thoughtcrime: it’s existence in a nation is the best way to know that shit’s getting worse there, in spite of other signs of improvement.


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censorship is instead concentrated on any kind of organizational talk, anything that might mobilize street demonstrations or pull together a coherent opposition

In the US, opposition are taught from a young age to oppose organization on their own. Think of the savings!


#6

Typical Pentagon overspending: one gold-plated (cyber-)fighter that’s spends most of its time in the hanger on the golf course.


#7

Don’t mess with 50 Cent. It’s not just that one guy.


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