How Chinese law firms are getting social with the country's answer to Twitter
"Almost all of our lawyers have accounts" - Ben Lewis investigates how Chinese law firms are getting in social media on Weibo, 'China's Twitter'...
With Twitter and Facebook helping spread protest movements, from the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, it’s a fair bet the Chinese Government won’t be unblocking these sites anytime soon. But China’s Great Firewall also means businesses in the region, including law firms, are missing out on the marketing revolution these so-called social media sites have wrought.
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