Beijing denied that anyone had been arrested for posting opinions online and said its internet laws conformed to those in Western countries, state media reported. Meanwhile at a Washington congressional committee hearing, Google's testimony that it was content with its decision to block links on behalf of Beijing meet congressional protest, the Wall Street Journal reported. "My response to that is: if the secret police a half century ago asked where Anne Frank was hiding, would the correct answer be to hand over the information to comply with local laws?" committee chairman Christopher Smith said.
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