A supporter of Southern Weekly newspaper wears a Guy Fawkes mask while protesting with a banner that reads "1.3 billion Chinese have rights to their own voice and do not want to be represented'' outside the newspaper's headquarters in Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong province Tuesday Jan. 8, 2013. Free-speech protesters in masks squared off against flag-waving communist loyalists in a southern Chinese city Tuesday as a dispute over censorship at a newspaper spilled into the broader population, with authorities shutting microblog accounts of supporters of the paper. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT

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A supporter of Southern Weekly newspaper wears a Guy Fawkes mask while protesting with a banner that reads "1.3 billion Chinese have rights to their own voice and do not want to be represented'' outside the newspaper's headquarters in Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong province Tuesday Jan. 8, 2013.  Free-speech protesters in masks squared off against flag-waving communist loyalists in a southern Chinese city Tuesday as a dispute over censorship at a newspaper spilled into the broader population, with authorities shutting microblog accounts of supporters of the paper. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT
A supporter of Southern Weekly newspaper wears a Guy Fawkes mask while protesting with a banner that reads "1.3 billion Chinese have rights to their own voice and do not want to be represented'' outside the newspaper's headquarters in Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong province Tuesday Jan. 8, 2013. Free-speech protesters in masks squared off against flag-waving communist loyalists in a southern Chinese city Tuesday as a dispute over censorship at a newspaper spilled into the broader population, with authorities shutting microblog accounts of supporters of the paper. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT
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