Friday, February 12, 2010

Internet censorship hurts China - Jeremy Goldkorn

Goldkorn_for_screenJeremy Goldkorn by Fantake via Flickr
China is hurting its own interest by censoring the internet, says Danwei-owner Jeremy Goldkorn in a podcast of the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China).
First, they put a brake on their ability of their internet industry to turn internationally competitive, Goldkorn says. And while China is increasingly looking for tools to present their story to an international audience, they are robbing themselves from those tools and learning possibilities by blocking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
More at the AmCham podcast.

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Jeremy Goldkorn is a speaker at the China Speakers Bureau. When you want to share his insights at your conference, do get in touch.
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