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When Liu won the Nobel Peace Prize, censors blocked the news in China.A year later, journalist Tan Zuoren was sentenced to five years in prison for drawing attention to government corruption and poor construction of school buildings that collapsed and killed thousands of children during the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan province.
The State Internet Information Office tightened content restrictions in 2013 and appointed a new director of a powerful internet committee led by President Xi Jinping, who assumed power in late 2012.
More than a dozen government bodies review and enforce laws related to information flow within, into, and out of China.
The most powerful monitoring body is the Communist Party’s Central Propaganda Department (CPD), which coordinates with General Administration of Press and Publication and State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television to ensure content promotes party doctrine.
Certain websites that the government deems potentially dangerous—like Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, and some Google services—are fully blocked or temporarily “blacked out” during periods of controversy, such as the June 4 anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre or Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement protests in the fall of 2014.
Specific material considered a threat to political stability is also banned, including controversial photos and video, as well as search terms.