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(From China Post)
Washington, D.C., The China Post
Internet users in mainland China are unable to access information on such subjects as Taiwan, democracy, Tibet, Falun Gong and even some major news sites like the BBC and CNN, as the government tightens its censorship of Web sites that are deemed to be "inappropriate" for mainland citizens. But a newly released technology might change all that.
Once fully developed, the Six/Four System, named after the date of the Tiananmen Square massacre of June 4, 1989 and just approved for export by the U.S. Department of Commerce, would allow mainland Internet users, and anyone else who wishes to avoid …