Explore the technology that makes online censorship ‘very difficult to achieve’

Pictures of people taking to the streets in China have been in the news for over a week. The nationwide wave of demonstrations against the restrictive zero-Covid policy is believed to be the largest since the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989.

However, it is not limited to the streets – the internet is also a major battleground. Digital protesters are using software like top VPN services to break through China’s great firewall and spread information across national borders.

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