“Hopesome (legally registered in Fujian) reprimands Scoble: “China doesn’t have a single law or regulation saying that sensitive words like “democracy” and “freedom” should be forbidden.”
If that’s a fact, it means that MSN Spaces is just
encouraging forcing Chinese bloggers to censor themselves.
Isaac Mao is calling for a boycott of MSN Spaces, which is clearly easier than a boycott of Microsoft.
Let me know when companies that sell newsprint start telling newspapers what they can call themselves.
Technorati tag for MSN Spaces boycott: NoMSN