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President Obama nudged China to stop censoring the Internet on his first-ever trip to the communist-ruled country, after he was posed a question Monday about Twitter, apparently selected by a U.S. reporter.
The president touched on the sensitive issue at a town hall meeting with students in Shanghai. The question, one of nearly 1,200 that were submitted through the U.S. Embassy Web site, asked whether the Chinese should be able to use Twitter freely.
Originally posted by TarzanBeta
I agree that this is interesting. I think the most disturbing part of this is that he is wasting time telling China to open up the internet.
I'm thinking that he should probably be taking care of his country first.
Hah. Hahaha. Oh man. Sorry.