China’s Internet in Five Screenshots

China’s Internet in Five Screenshots

Fei Chang Dao illustrates the state of China’s Internet at the end of 2014 with five screenshots. Number four:

Source: United Airlines in-flight Wifi registration page.
Date: December 3, 2014
Background: According to United Airlines, passengers are able to access in-flight Wifi services for the entire globe except for Antarctica, the Andes mountains, the northeast portions of Siberia, and the People’s Republic of China. [Source]


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