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There is a lot of talk about China's internet censorship, but what does it actually mean for the average internet user in the country? What is understood is that the Chinese government block access to foreign websites and slow down cross-border internet traffic. The government censors content for mainly political reasons, but also to maintain its control over the population. 

This system of censorship is named the 'Great Firewall' and is the largest such system in the world. If you’re travelling to the vast country, then your internet privileges will be severly restricted. It's not an experience most people will be familar with thankfully, but it has become the norm for Chinese citizens. Read more...

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