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YouTube’s Long March in China

By Greg Published on .

YouTube, the biggest U.S. video sharing site, lacks an official presence in China and Chinese users have difficulty accessing the U.S. site, BusinessWeek says. The potential reasons? Bandwidth shortages and government censorship. That’s opening the door for Chinese video-sharing sites like Youku.com, which have to abide by government rules censoring sexual or political content. (When I checked the site today, it featured a video of a guy beating a dog to death with stick. Crimony…).
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