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Online Advertising in China Continues to Generate Public Concern and Police Action

Recent news reports from China illustrate a recurrence of issues concerning online advertising practices. The latest episode involves the alleged redirection of web traffic on Internet service provider (ISP) Baidu from links to seemingly innocuous sites to sites advertising gambling and other unlawful activity. According to Baidu and others, the online [...]
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