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A new report from the Office of the United States Trade Representative lists, for the first time, Chinese Internet censorship as a trade barrier. The possible implications are complex: it could strengthen the hand of U.S. businesses, but also stands to reinforce China’s stance that Internet borders are analogous to physical borders, and as such, that censorship may be acceptable and legal under certain circumstances....
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