Hacking Rhetoric

hacked summary

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In my origine summary I talked about Chinese government hacked companies like Google, Yahoo and Adobe to obtain information. I translate my summary into Chinese and post it.

About 2mins after i posted my summary on a Chinese blog called “Baidutieba”, my posted was deleted by the host.

http://postimg.org/image/qqg4k9bwr/

Which translate to “the post does not exist, return to previous page in 11 second.”

Then I changed a couple words used and post it again. This time it takes a bit longer for the host the take action. About 5hours later, when i try to sign in my Baidu account, i found that my ID was banned.

http://postimg.org/image/x6qxg9vsj/

So I contact the host with another account. He told me that I’d better not post anything like this because it will never pass the cyber censorship. Also if I keep posting these contents, I might have trouble with the police.

I’m going back China this December, and now I’m scared. I might cancel my flight.

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2 thoughts on “hacked summary

  1. Awesome point you make here, check out this similar blog https://hackingrhetoric.wordpress.com/author/meaganmilligan/

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