Microsoft opens up censored blogs

Friday, 3 February 2006, 12:31 AM EST

Recently the software giant faced criticism for removing the blog of Chinese journalist Zhao Jing for writing about sensitive topics. Now Microsoft says blogs or journals blocked inside one nation would remain readable outside that country.

The news comes as many hi-tech firms face criticism for their willingness to comply with local laws that limit what people can find and say online.

At the BBC.

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