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American censorship for China

China is a big market for many American companies, but the country's rules and regulations are different than most countries. The NBA, Blizzard Entertainment and Apple are some of the companies under fire for applying censorship globally to appease China, while popular cartoon "South Park" took jabs at the obsession American companies have for making it in China. #China #Censorship #SouthPark

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