Accusations by a press freedom group that
The others were: Belarus,
'We find these accusations groundless,' said an officer at the Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesperson's office who declined to be named.
Though the communist government promotes Internet use, it has also set up an extensive surveillance and filtering system to prevent Chinese from accessing material considered obscene or politically subversive, the report said.
The government said its management of the Internet complied with international standards.
But Reporters Without Borders said in its annual report that out of 61 people worldwide who have been imprisoned for posting what the respective countries claimed was 'subversive' content, 52 were in