Want to See What Chinese Internet is Like Without Actually Being Subjected to it?
China’s Internet is notoriously censored. Former Geekosystem Managing Editor Robert Quigley once visited China and attempted to hold a conversation with me over GChat. He got kicked off for five minutes at a time for every thirty or so minutes of usage. So, if you want to experience what Internet censorship of even the most bland sites and services like GMail and GChat feels like, install this China Channel extension, and be happy you didn’t have to shell out the money to go to China and be annoyed by actual Internet censorship.
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