Blockchain has found its new application in China — combating censorship.” data-reactid=”15″>Blockchain has found its new application in China — combating censorship.

It all started with a #MeToo moment at a school campus in China. Xin Yue, a senior at the prestigious Peking University, and seven students filed a request for information disclosure on a sexual harassment case involving a former professor.

Yue was not involved in the case which took place more than 20 years ago. ” data-reactid=”16″>It all started with a #MeToo moment at a school campus in China.

Xin Yue, a senior at the prestigious Peking University, and seven students filed a request for information disclosure on a sexual harassment case involving a former professor. Yue was not involved in the case which took place more than 20 years ago.

Then things turned sour. In an open letter on Monday, Yue accused the school of trying to silence her, making her delete information about the request and even asking her parents to confine her to her home. Read more from finance.yahoo.com…

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