Taiwan denies it plans to duplicate China's online censorship

05/30/2013 10:43 PM
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Taipei, May 30 (CNA) Taiwan's Intellectual Property Office (IPO) on Thursday rebutted claims that its plan to block overseas Internet services that seriously infringe on copyright is in essense a duplication of China's unique Internet censorship policy known as the "Great Firewall."


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