With the ongoing crackdown on political corruption in the People's Republic, dodgy Chinese pols are becoming worried about what's available about them online. And, in an internet savvy country like China, there's always a solution - for a price.
"...crooked Chinese politicians are paying to vanish from sight, with all negative stories about them scrubbed from the internet.
"'It does not matter how big or sensitive the story is, we can make it disappear,' promised a manager at Yage Times, China's largest and most notorious "black" public relations firm.
"Dozens of Chinese officials have been put under investigation in recent months, and Communist Party members at every level are worried. In particular, they fear the internet, where stories about corrupt officials often go viral, putting pressure on the Communist Party to launch a high-profile investigation.
"In almost 42 per cent of this year's corruption cases, the public has provided a tip-off, often on the web, according to Zhang Shaolong, an official at the party's discipline unit.
I imagine Slimeball Steve is begging his Chinese overlords for permission to use the services of their Black PR firm right about now.
And more to the point Mr. Duffy.
hmmm I guess people can use screenshot saves and printers more often. Weird stuff!
And perhaps the Mayor pronunciation Ma-yor and not mare Mr. Ford.
And if scrubbing doesn't remove the stain, there is always disinformation dye available to cover it up.
When I read this I was left wondering whether something along these lines isn't available outside the People's Republic to folks with deep pockets. I expect it would be vastly more difficult and costly and far less likely to work in the developed world.
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