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China’s Weibo: Political and Social Implications?

Sina Weibo, China’s microblogging answer to Twitter, has become one of the most popular sites in China’s cyberspace since its debut in 2009. Today, the microblog has about 140 million active users. Compared to noninteractive communication channels, Weibo and similar social networking sites have the potential to challenge China’s authoritarian rule. What follows are depictions of how this microblogging technology is being used in China as a source of news, as a tool for combating corruptio...

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