Video: Chinese government prevents self-surveillance Ai Weiwei

While Chinese government video camera surveillance continues, surrounding Weiwei’s home 24/7, he is forbidden to broadcast from his own “surveillance” cameras he set up inside his own home.

Read Weiwei’s editorial essay about censorship in The Guardian, and commentary about the same in The New York Times this weekend.

The artist and dissident Weiwei writes that despite powerful government controls, harassment and censorship of the media (even Google backed out of China under pressure), that:

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