1 min readHere’s an example how China censors the internet

The internet is a safe space for communicating your opinion – if you have no business interests to lose. Look at how a single statement directed against the second most powerful (if not THE most powerful) country in the world world) can ruins career.

A mere two days since Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey published his now-deleted tweet supporting anti-government protesters, the products related to terms like “Houston” and “Rockets” have been deleted from Taobao, Tmall, and JD.com. The NBA team is also facing a multitude of financial woes as some of its ties with Chinese retailers and the Chinese Basketball Association has been cancelled. 

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