“China is expanding its censorship controls to cover text messages sent using mobile phones … But analysts fear the real targets are political dissidents. … one Chinese company marketing a system to monitor mobile phone text messages has announced it is watching for “false political rumours” and “reactionary remarks”” (BBC) Would that include Hong Kong?
probably would include HK….
So does that mean sexual messages are okay? If so Mez, you’re safe.
Actually it’d probably save her lots of money if she couldn’t send trashy texts.
mmm..think its time to delete my two trash text buddies.
You haven’t sent me one in *ages* so I know you’re not talking about me 😛
oh actually I haven’t sent one of those in such a long time. But Mia – I did mean my last one (even though I was trashed)…what did I say? yes, you remind me of a sunny day (or something like that?)
a sunny day? thats so beautiful ernest…i don’t think I’ll be able to live up to that.
Mez…I think I made a mistake. It wasn’t sunny day. It was “warm ray on a sunny day”…
That was a lovely text, Ernest. I think I’ve still got it on my phone.
Mez, if that’s your normal trashy text I don’t think I’ve ever had one from you!
probably because you delete all of mine and keep all of ‘his’….
Perhaps that’s because I am a keeper, Mez.
so am i going to get into trouble by the communists for trashy texts? I’d like to know because I have toned down my messaging of late in case I start getting mild threats from the motherland.