China’s firewall is spreading globally
For decades, China's “great firewall,” which blocks most foreign Internet services, has remained a vague concept for people outside the country. A series of events around June 4th, the day Beijing cracked down on pro-democracy student demonstrators in Tiananmen Square in 1989, painted a vivid picture of how pressure from the Chinese authorities to put online content on the Communist Party Censoring, or at least scrutinizing, China is increasingly classified as sensitive, can affect the Internet experience for users worldwide. The choices companies make in response to this pressure will have far-reaching implications for the Internet beyond China: will users still be able to view and access content that is legal but offensive to Beijing in their country?
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