Revealed: How Microsoft in China censors truth about Uyghur ‘genocide’

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February 8, 2024 | New York Post

Louisa Coan Greve, Director of Global Advocacy at Uyghur Human Rights Project told The Post that portraying Uyghur life as joyful and ignoring protests and evidence of human rights abuses was part of a systemic campaign by Beijing.

“Uyghur culture is being commodified as their poets and musicians are serving 10 or 20 years in concentration camps,” Greve said.

“The CCP playbook to get away with atrocities was first to hide, and then deny, and then justify the brutality as ‘re-education.’ Now Microsoft is helping with the next step.”

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