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Chinese censors silence corruption blogger

The following is a CPJ Blog post by Joanna Chiu, CPJ Contributor.

Chinese censors have cracked down on blogger Zhu Ruifeng, an apparent signal that there are limits to the government's tolerance for citizens assisting with the exposure of corrupt officials.

On July 16, 2013, one day after the Beijing-based blogger and founder of an anti-corruption website published corruption allegations about the chief secretary of Jinjiang city in Fujian province, his online presence disappeared.

Read the full story on CPJ's website.

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