Experiments with truth: 11/10/10

    • Two female animal rights activists were detained on Tuesday for staging a near-naked protest near the heavily-guarded venue of this week’s G20 summit in South Korea.
    • About 200 employees from seven Chinese ad reselling companies have been protesting the termination of their contracts outside Google’s offices in Shanghai this week. About 40 of those participating have gone on a hunger strike that will last until the group’s grievances are resolved.


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