Inside the great firewall of China – Rupert Wingfield-Hayes

From BBC:

More than 110 million people in China use the internet regularly. The country is going through a digital revolution as it seeks to capitalise on the online world while at the same time enforcing strict censorship measures.

But what does the internet mean to people in China? BBC News spoke to a dissident, a film-maker and a journalist. [Full Text]

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