Surfing in China

So, everybody should have heard by now how China censors their internet in a huge, giant processing center before it reaches anybody in China. What people may not know, is that there are ways to get around it (just in case anybody is going to China soon).
But what I've just discovered today, though, is that now we can get a first hand experience of "China-browsing" before we make our freedom-from-being-censored-loving criticisms of the practice. Check out the China Channel firefox plugin to find out the seriousness of China's censor program. (Just doing it gains you 50 Diversity points.)

1 comment:

  1. I attempted this. I didn't notice any huge differences, perhaps because I'm technically challenged and possibly did not download the program correctly. But it was fun to try, thanks Ty!