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Can they really do that?

- July 1, 2008

Jonathan Mirsky writes,

When the Dalai Lama visited Oxford, the head of one of the institutions where he spoke, who has connections with China, stipulated that the name of the place must not be used in news reports; nor could a picture be taken of the outside of the building while the Dalai Lama was there.

He seems to be deliberately avoiding stating the name of the Oxford institution. But they can’t really stop him from revealing it, right? I mean, what authority does “the head of one of the institutions” at Oxford have to “stipulate” what will be stated in news reports? Is there something I’m missing here???

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