February 1, 2014

China's Human Flesh Search Engine

Celia Hatton, BBC News

The Associated Press

Last month a Chinese official in charge of internet surveillance gave notice that mobs of web users who turn on individuals and make their lives a misery will not be tolerated. In China it happens often and on a massive scale, earning the phenomenon the title of the "human flesh search engine".

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