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|Chinese bloggers ask Kerry to put pressure on Beijing over Internet|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
BEIJING — Leading Chinese bloggers asked Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Saturday to put more pressure on their government to ease mounting restrictions on freedom of expression and Internet use and to help tear down the Great Firewall of China, as the system of censorship here is known.
Reporter and blogger Zhang Jialong complained that U.S. companies were complicit in maintaining Internet restrictions in China and asked Kerry to do more for Chinese dissidents who have been jailed for peacefully expressing their views.
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