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This may be due to the fact in terms of speech, the Chinese people have been described as “individually free, but collectively in chains.” (Faculti, 2016)

Censoring Collective Identity: Chinese Cybersecurity Policy and the Uyghurs

Marguleas.O (2016). Censoring Collective Identity: Chinese Cybersecurity Policy and the Uyghurs [Screenshot]. Retrieved from https://jsis.washington.edu/news/censoring-collective-identity-chinese-cybersecurity-policy-uyghurs/

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