Petition Cambridge University Press Not to Censor China Articles

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Joris Vooren
3 years ago
I'm signing because sensorship is wrong, in all cases everybody has the right to know someone else's opinion, even if that's not according to what any government wants. It's about freedom of speech, and about the right to learn the truth, as different opinions need to be heard. It's in fact about democracy...

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Happy Meal
3 years ago
I live in china!!1!1!!1!1!1!1!1

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Charlene Makley
3 years ago
Reed College. I'm signing because my article was one of those on the list of censored articles. Please sign our petition calling for a peer review boycott of any publication censoring content in China. https://www.change.org/p/peer-review-boycott-of-academic-publications-that-censor-content-in-china

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Jason Bourne
3 years ago
support and respect

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Brian Cahill
3 years ago
This is a cowardly concession to a regime by Cambridge University Press. The acquiescence of a previously reputable publisher threatens academic freedom everywhere.

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Hera Cook
3 years ago
From University of Otago, Wellington.
CUP and all other organizations involved in academic publishing, must stand up to censorship from China and other nations.

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Valérie LAVOIX
4 years ago
Inalco, China studies, Paris

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Caroline BODOLEC
4 years ago
Ethnologue sur la Chine, chercheuse au CNRS, membre du Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, UMR 8173 Chine, Corée, Japon

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Marc Zhou Toneu
4 years ago
For the freedom of knowledge

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Chris Green
4 years ago
We should not allow the Chinese government to dictate to our publishers.