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Internet Privacy Laws in China
Introduction
As domestic economies globalize, the line has blurred from where an item is built, where it is sold and where it is serviced. It provides opportunities for individuals in many communities to expand their knowledge and learn about other cultures. Outsourcing has flourished in China and it has enabled its citizens to hone their skills by broadening their education to learn new trades and has created new wealth in a rather lifeless economy. The internet and email has been the main force, for it provides people from all over the world the ability to communicate and learn about each other. The Internet is expanding people’s minds; it facilitates media reform, and to a certain degree may provide legal reform.
With this powerful information comes means for people to understand different viewpoints and ideas. These ideas and arguments may sway them to alter their opinions and thoughts. In Communist China, these ideas and opinions cannot be publicized. The Chinese constitution states that its citizens have limited rights to privacy: