An anonymous reader writes with a link to BBC’s report that [A]uthorities in China have a removed from websites a popular documentary which highlights the country’s severe pollution problem. Under the Dome explains the social and health costs of pollution, and was watched by more than 100 million people online, sparking debates. It was removed just two days after Premier Li Keqiang called pollution a blight on people’s lives. Searching YouTube gives you a pretty good idea of what the Chinese government doesn’t want people to see. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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Chinese Government Takes Down Anti-Pollution Documentary "Under The Dome"