Eagle-eyed users of China’s popular Twitter clone Sina Weibo have spotted an unusual job ad for the company, posted on its site on Monday – internet censor. The advert, translated by the Wall Street Journal China, reportedly calls for candidates keen to try their hand at the role of “monitoring editor” who would be tasked with …
Governments really don't like their people talking to each other do they?
Once something has been posted and read, you can't force people to unread it.
Re: Governments really don't like their people talking to each other do they?
Of course it can.
Just post the opposite thing regardless of how untrue 100 times.
Herr Goebbels and Joseph Vissarionovich had that method mastered for many many years. Erasing a few of the people who have read it for good measure works well too. As Joseph Vissarionovich apparently loved to say: "Есть человек, есть проблемы, нету человека, нет проблемы".
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