The government of China reportedly employs 50,000 people to monitor Chinese blogs. Wouldn't want anyone to criticize the government now, would we? Bloggers who complain about the environment or human rights or government bureaucracy find themselves cut off. Blogless.
The only thing worse than having my blog censored would be having to be one of those 50,000 editorial rats. I can't even imagine. It's the librarian who doesn't want you to check out the books bc. she's afraid you'll get them dirty.
I've got news for you,, China: it won't work. Word will get out and, in the end, freedom will find it's way.