Ethereum’s Blockchain Lends Voice To #MeToo Movement After China Censors Student’s Rape Claims

Blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin, has come to the rescue of student activists who have reportedly been censored by the Chinese government after trying to launch the #MeToo movement there. Students have repeatedly asked the government to do more to prevent rape, sexual assault and harassment in China, but their pleas have fallen on deaf ears. And now, it seems some universities have also hopped on the censorship bandwagon. Peking University student Yue Xin accused her school of intimidating her after she tried to spotlight the tragic 1998 suicide of Gao Yan, a student who killed herself after allegedly being raped by former Peking University professor Shen Yang. Student: I Was Censored For Discussing Rape Prevention In an open…
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