Microsoft adopts new censor policy
Microsoft has decided to open up its policy when dealing with censor in foreign countries. The measure probably comes as a response to recent events involving big high-tech firms and local governmanets. Recently the company faced criticism for removing the blog of Chinese journalist Zhao Jing for writing about sensitive topics.
The change in policy applies to weblogs or journals written on Microsoft’s MSN Spaces service.
He added that only people in the nation where the entry breaks local laws will be blocked from seeing the controversial comments. In all other nations access to the entry will be unrestricted.