American Report Exposes Inside Story Of Deleting
Posts Of Sina Microblog
On March 6th, USA Magazine “MIT technology comment”
published a research report which exposed the inside story about deleting posts of Sina microblog.
The report was finished by Dan Wallach , computer professor
of Rice University in Houston, and his colleagues.
The report showed that 5% of the posts were deleted
in 8 minutes after the microblogs were published.
30% were deleted in 30 minutes and
90% were deleted within 24 hours.
Research in August 2012, showed posts about Beijing, police
Qidong and Beijing rainstorm were deleted more quickly.
The research also found that the deleting got quiet
after seven o’clock at night.
They were considerably increased in the morning or
at noon the next day.
The report points out there are 700,000 posts
per minutes of Sina microblogs.
One examiner can inspect 50 posts per minutes
over eight hours a day.
It needs 4,200 examiners to deal with such huge
number of posts.
Shandong Officials Beat Person After Breaking Into A Room.
On March 5th Yue Ailing, whose house was forcibly demolished,
was beaten by over 20 government staff, who broke into her room.
This is the second case of breaking into a room
to beat someone after the nephew of Chen Guangcheng,
blind civil right lawyer in Shandong,
was beaten by officials who broke into his room.
According to “Radio Free Asia", last Tuesday night,
Yue and her husband were asleep.
They were awakened by knocking at the door
and got up to check.
They found the Street Office Director heading up
a group of twenty staff outside the door.
The officials said they wanted to talk to them.
Because of being afraid of suffering dangerous,
Yue and her Husband refused them entry to their room.
Then, the officials broke into their room and
beat and threaten Yue and her husband.
Yue said the reason they were beaten is that officials were
afraid of their petition in Beijing during “Two Congress”.
Until March 7th outside of Yue’s house,
there were still some people monitored them.
Korla, Xinjiang Suffered Riots And Heavy Casualties.
It Is Martial Law Of The Whole City.
During the “Two Congress”, on March 7th
Uighurs-Han had conflicts.
This led to the killings, which occurred in the
golden triangle of business district, Korla, southern Xinjiang.
The event led to riots and martial law of Korla City.
Local Public security bureau confirmed it
to “Radio Free Asia”.
However, they refused to tell the number of casualties. Some
netizens said the event has made four deaths and 13 injured.
“World Uyghur Congress spokesman Dilixiati also said
he had received conflicted information.
He should check the detail and the time,
site and the number of casualties.
Dilixiati said, recently, the government of Korla
had completely checked the Uyghur to maintain stability.
During the procedure, they detained Uyghurs arbitrarily.
He thinks that the root of the Ethnic conflict has something
to do with the strict law and discriminatory policies.